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12 Possible Causes for Widely Spaced Nipples (Male)

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  • Turner Syndrome

    It only affects females and can cause short stature, wide spaced nipple placement and congenital lymphedema (swelling of hands and feet).[adoption.umn.edu] Incidence is estimated at 1 in 2500 births.1 Males have sex chromosomes XY and females have XX chromosomes.[adoption.umn.edu]

  • Autosomal-Recessive Non-Lethal Multiple Pterygium Syndrome

    Abnormality Dislocated radial head Pterygia plus camptodactyly syndactyly equinovarus or rocker-bottom feet Mammary Hypoplastic and/or widely spaced nipples Neurologic Abnormality[datagenno.com] Images References Signs / Symptoms (31) Gastrointestinal Diaphragmatic hernia Genitourinary Absence of labia majora Cryptorchidism Hypospadias of the male genitalia Limbs[datagenno.com]

  • Fraser Syndrome

    spaced nipples, displaced navel, missing or malformed larynx, malformation of the pubic bones and in rare cases, mental deficiency.[symptoma.com] In male patients, failure of the testicles to descend into the scrotum and abnormal urethral opening often to the underside of the penis is common.[symptoma.com] […] there may be hair growth extending from the forehead down to the eyebrows, cleft or high palate, malformation of the eyelid ducts (responsible for the conveyance of tears), widely[symptoma.com]

  • Primary Male Hypogonadism

    Short stature Webbed neck Shield chest w/ wide spaced nipples Cubitus valgus What is XX gonadal dysgenesis?[brainscape.com] Genetically XY but phenotypically female (pseudohaemaphrodite) What is primary male hypogonadism? Low testosterone High LH/FSH What is secondary male hypogonadism?[brainscape.com]

  • Malpuech Syndrome

    spaced nipples GENITOURINARY: [External genitalia, male]; Micropenis; Hypoplastic scrotum; [Internal genitalia, male]; Cryptorchidism; [Bladder]; Vesicoureteric reflux (less[findzebra.com] Neck]; Short neck; Webbed neck CARDIOVASCULAR: [Heart]; Atrial septal defect (less common); [Vascular]; Patent ductus arteriosus (less common) CHEST: [External features]; Widely[findzebra.com]

  • Noonan Syndrome

    An unusual chest shape with widely-spaced and low set nipples. Developmental delay of varying degrees, but usually mild. In males, undescended testes (cryptorchidism).[genome.gov]

  • Deletion of the Long Arm of Chromosome 18

    (57%): cryptorchidism, hypospadias, micropenis, inguinal hernia (13%) Thin hair (14%) Widely spaced nipples (12%) Hand anomalies Tapered fingers (35%) Proximal thumb (33-[en.wikibooks.org] Nodules at corner of mouth (6%) Palate abnormality (30%) Cleft palate (12%) High arched (15%) Bifid uvula (3%) Abnormal genitalia Females: dysplastic labia minora (35%) Males[en.wikibooks.org]

  • Chromosome Aberration

    spaced nipples High arched palate 31.[slideshare.net] Turner’s syndrome X monosomy, 45 X described by Turner in 1938 Phenotype is female Short stature Webbing of neck Cubitus valgus Low posterior hair line Broad chest with widely[slideshare.net] Klinefelter’s syndrome Harry klinefelter in 1942 47XXY Male phenotype with sex chromatin positive Patients are tall thin, eunuchoid Poorly developed secondary sexual characters[slideshare.net]

  • Chromosome 18p Deletion Syndrome

    (57%): cryptorchidism, hypospadias, micropenis, inguinal hernia (13%) Thin hair (14%) Widely spaced nipples (12%) Hand anomalies Tapered fingers (35%) Proximal thumb (33-[en.wikibooks.org] Such findings commonly include a short, webbed neck; a broad chest with widely spaced nipples; relatively small hands and feet; and/or an unusually small penis (micropenis[rarediseases.org] Nodules at corner of mouth (6%) Palate abnormality (30%) Cleft palate (12%) High arched (15%) Bifid uvula (3%) Abnormal genitalia Females: dysplastic labia minora (35%) Males[en.wikibooks.org]

  • Ambiguous Genitalia

    We describe here a 3-month-old male infant with brachy-plagyocephaly, short neck, widely spaced nipples, mild hypertonia, and ambiguous external genitalia but with both testes[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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