6 August 1998
We recently saw a 6 year old phenotypically male child with penoscrotal
translocation, unilateral cryptorchidism, coarcation of the aorta requiring
surgery in early neonatal period, and true shortening of the left tibia.
He is hyperactive. His karyotype was 47XXY. Has anyone ever seen coarctation in a 47XXY?
How about true shortening of the lower limb?
Please reply directly to my email address. Thanks very much