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Trisomy X is a caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females (47,XXX instead of 46,XX). This is also the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1,000 female births.
Other abnormalities of chromosome number include: female tetrasomy X (quadruple X, or 48, XXXX) a rare chromosomal disorder and male Klinefelter syndrome, the presence of an additional X chromosome (47, XXY or XXY).
- Alternative names: Triplo X syndrome, Trisomy X, 47,XXX, XXX syndrome
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<pubmed limit=5>Trisomy X</pubmed>
The most common prenatal diagnosis is by either amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling.
|Feature||Estimated frequency based on current available data|
|Tall stature >75th percentile||80 - 89 %|
|Epicanthal folds||32 - 46 %|
|Clinodactyly||42 - 65 %|
|Hypotonia in infancy||55 - 71 %|
|Genitourinary malformations||5 - 16 %|
|Seizure disorder||11 - 15 %|
|Intention tremor||6 - 20 %|
|Congenital hip dysplasia||2 - 12 %|
|Constipation/Abdominal pains||12 - 45 %|
|Premature ovarian failure||unknown|
Table data from Tartaglia NR, etal., 2010
- <pubmed>23162306</pubmed>| Indian J Hum Genet.
<pubmed>19732877</pubmed> <pubmed>7815443</pubmed> <pubmed>1155452</pubmed> <pubmed>14452136</pubmed>
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