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CASE REPORT: Cytogenetic & Genomic Analysis of a Turner Syndrome Patient
Profession:Laboratory
Category:Cytogenetics
Hours:2.0
Level:Advanced
Author:Dr. P. Leone, et al.
ASCLS P.A.C.E.® #:511-171-22
CE Broker #:20-891731
Last Reviewed:01/12/2022
Quiz Questions:10
Total Pages in PDF Doc:22
Total Content Pages in PDF Doc:13

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Turner syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects women. It is caused by an absent or incomplete X chromosome. This course reviews the findings in a patient diagnosed with Turner Syndrome.


COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the completion of this course the reader will be able to:

  1. Recall what Turner Syndrome is, what causes it, and how its diagnosed
  2. List some of the clinical features of Turner Syndrome
  3. Discuss the cytogenetic and genomic assessment in the attached case report
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