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Can males have turner syndrome? Like if a male was born with part of his x chromosome missing?

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    how do i recognize someone with turner's syndrome?

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    I am not a biologist but will attpe[t an answer based upon internet findings. We are short-staffed in the biology area here.

    No, males cannot have Turner syndrome. Their Y sex chromosome prevents it from happening. Females with one X chromosome and NO fully functional second X chromosome get the syndrome.


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