45,X; Bonnevie-Ullrich Syndrome; monosomy X; TS; Turners Syndrome; Ullrich-Turner syndrome
Turner syndrome is a chromosomal condition that affects development in females. Women with this condition tend to be shorter than average and are usually infertile, or unable to conceive a child, because of a loss of ovarian function. Other features of Turner syndrome vary among affected females and can include webbing of the neck, puffiness or swelling (lymphedema) of the hands and feet, skeletal abnormalities, heart defects, and kidney problems.
A cystic hygroma is a thin-walled, sac-like structure filled with lymph. It occurs most commonly in the head and neck area and often appears as a soft bulge under the skin.
Turner syndrome as related to Cystic Hygroma
- Dandy-Walker variant with cystic hygroma (Turner's ...
Hypoplastic vermis is seen with relatively large cisterna magna communicating with dilated 4th ventricle. A large septated cystic hygroma is also seen.
- Turner syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Turner syndrome may be diagnosed by amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling during pregnancy. Usually, fetuses with Turner syndrome can be identified by …
- Cystic hygroma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cystic hygroma (also known as cystic lymphangioma and macrocystic lymphatic malformation) is a congenital multiloculated lymphatic lesion that can arise anywhere ...
- Turner syndrome
view 1278 KB version view 7 KB version: A female with Turner syndrome (45,X). Note the characteristically broad, "webbed" neck. Stature is reduced, and swelling ...
- Detection of a congenital cystic eyeball by prenatal ...
Cystic hygromas occur in approximately 1% of pregnancies during the 9th to 16th week of gestation. A cystic hygroma is a fluid-filled sac that occurs when there is a ...
- Cystic hygroma | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org
A cystic hygroma (CH) refers to a type of congenital lymphangioma (lymphovascular malformation). Epidemiology They usually occur in the fetal - infantile and ...
- Turner Syndrome - Medscape Reference
Turner Syndrome. In 1938, Henry Turner first described Turner syndrome, which is one of the most common chromosomal abnormalities.
- What is Cystic Hygroma?: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis
Cystic hygroma can develop either as part of a genetic syndrome or due to environmental factors. One or more growths may be present at the time of diagnosis.
- Turner Syndrome | Boston Children's Hospital
Turner syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes girls to be short and prevents them from maturing sexually as they grow into adulthood. The severity of these issues ...