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7 Possible Causes for Eunuchoid Appearance of Males

  • Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism 8

    Dan Sumko, William Stoutt, Stephen E Weis and Long Wong * Department of Family Medicine, Department of Dermatology, University of North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, Texas, USA Corresponding Author : Long Wong Department of Family Medicine Department of Dermatology University of North Texas Health[…][omicsonline.org]

  • Anorchia

    Abstract Two 19-year-old patients had bilateral anorchia, normal male phenotype and 46, XY karyotype, spontaneous but incomplete pubescence and eunuchoidal appearance, with[nejm.org]

  • Dubowitz Syndrome

    He was a white male with an eunuchoid appearance, central obesity, a full head of graying hair, low anterior/posterior hairlines, and a clockwise hair whorl at the vertex.[journals.plos.org]

  • Autosomal Dominant Coarctation of Aorta

    […] and fertility Not associated with structural abnormalities Learning disability, speech delay, passive personality 43 47,XXY Klinefelter syndrome Males Tall stature, eunuchoid[slideplayer.com] Short stature Streak gonads and infertility Webbed neck, ptosis IQ in normal range, some specific learning diffs 42 47XXX Triple X syndrome Tall stature in childhood Normal appearance[slideplayer.com]

  • Absent Thumb - Short Stature - Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    He was a white male with an eunuchoid appearance, central obesity, a full head of graying hair, low anterior/posterior hairlines, and a clockwise hair whorl at the vertex.[journals.plos.org]

  • Pancytopenia - Developmental Delay Syndrome

    He was a white male with an eunuchoid appearance, central obesity, a full head of graying hair, low anterior/posterior hairlines, and a clockwise hair whorl at the vertex.[journals.plos.org]

  • Eyebrow Duplication - Syndactyly Syndrome

    He was a white male with an eunuchoid appearance, central obesity, a full head of graying hair, low anterior/posterior hairlines, and a clockwise hair whorl at the vertex.[journals.plos.org]

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