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Male hypogonadism Therapeutic and Drug Pipeline Review H1


Medgadget (blog) - Jul 21, 2017
... infertility, decrease in muscle mass and loss of bone mass (osteoporosis). Risk factors for hypogonadism include HIV/AIDS, Klinefelter syndrome, Kallmann syndrome, injury to testicles and untreated sleep apnea. Treatment includes hormone replacement.
 

Male Hypogonadism Pipeline Landscape H2 2017 Market Report


Medgadget (blog) - Jul 19, 2017
... infertility, decrease in muscle mass and loss of bone mass (osteoporosis). Risk factors for hypogonadism include HIV/AIDS, Klinefelter syndrome, Kallmann syndrome, injury to testicles and untreated sleep apnea. Treatment includes hormone replacement.
 

WestConnex: the stink of controversy that fails to go away


The Guardian - Jul 7, 2017
Felix has a genetic disorder, Klinefelter syndrome, and is on the autism spectrum, meaning he struggles to deal with sensory overload. The stench – along with an unwelcome night-time accompaniment of jackhammers and concrete saws – sends him into ...
 

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Klinefelter syndrome - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology


What is Klinefelter syndrome? Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic disorder affecting males that results from having an extra X chromosome. Subscribe ...
 

Klinefelter Syndrome : Part 1 (HD)


Topics: #Klinefelter_Syndrome - Introduction to Klinefelter Syndrome - Definition of Klinefelter Syndrome - Incidence of Klinefelter Syndrome - Karyotypes of ...
 

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Klinefelter's Syndrome


Klinefelter Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that only occurs in males. It occurs when there is an extra X chromosome, creating chromosome 47 X-X-Y.
 

Quality of Life and Testosterone in Klinefelter Syndrome


A presentation by Sharon Close, CPNP-PC and Dr. Ilene Fennoy at the 2009 \