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These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. Patients diagnosed in the prenatal period should be followed closely for developmental delays so that early intervention therapies can be implemented as needed. Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. It is the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1, female births. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features. There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. Indications for postnatal diagnoses most commonly include developmental delays or hypotonia, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral difficulties, or POF. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Genetic counseling is recommended. Clinical Description A. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Diagnosis during the prenatal period by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is common. Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. Xxxxxxxxx girls



Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. Indications for postnatal diagnoses most commonly include developmental delays or hypotonia, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral difficulties, or POF. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. Clinical Description A. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. Diagnosis during the prenatal period by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is common. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. Nicole R Tartaglia: Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. It is the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1, female births. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age. Patients diagnosed in the prenatal period should be followed closely for developmental delays so that early intervention therapies can be implemented as needed. Seizures, renal and genitourinary abnormalities, and premature ovarian failure POF can also be associated findings. It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. Genetic counseling is recommended. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features.

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Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism. It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. Genetic counseling is recommended. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. Nicole R Tartaglia: Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age. Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. Seizures, renal and genitourinary abnormalities, and premature ovarian failure POF can also be associated findings. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. Patients diagnosed in the prenatal period should be followed closely for developmental delays so that early intervention therapies can be implemented as needed.



































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Patients diagnosed in the prenatal period should be followed closely for developmental delays so that early intervention therapies can be implemented as needed. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Diagnosis during the prenatal period by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is common. Clinical Description A. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. It is the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1, female births. Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. Nicole R Tartaglia: It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. Genetic counseling is recommended. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. Seizures, renal and genitourinary abnormalities, and premature ovarian failure POF can also be associated findings. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. Indications for postnatal diagnoses most commonly include developmental delays or hypotonia, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral difficulties, or POF. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age. Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population.

Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. Genetic counseling is recommended. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. It is the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1, female births. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Nicole R Tartaglia: Indications for postnatal diagnoses most commonly include developmental delays or hypotonia, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral difficulties, or POF. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. Xxxxxxxxx girls



Diagnosis during the prenatal period by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is common. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population. Clinical Description A. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism. It is the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1, female births. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Patients diagnosed in the prenatal period should be followed closely for developmental delays so that early intervention therapies can be implemented as needed. It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. Nicole R Tartaglia: There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. Seizures, renal and genitourinary abnormalities, and premature ovarian failure POF can also be associated findings. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U.

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Most of the background literature on trisomy X comes from longitudinal prospective studies of females identified by newborn screening and followed into young adulthood. There is considerable variation in the phenotype, with some individuals very mildly affected and others with more significant physical and psychological features. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Genetic counseling is recommended. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Diagnosis during the prenatal period by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is common. Nicole R Tartaglia: The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. Seizures, renal and genitourinary abnormalities, and premature ovarian failure POF can also be associated findings. Clinical Description A. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age. Physical Characteristics Significant facial dysmorphology or striking physical features are not commonly associated with 47,XXX, however, minor physical findings can be present in some individuals including epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, clinodactyly, overlapping digits, pes planus, and pectus excavatum. Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. Indications for postnatal diagnoses most commonly include developmental delays or hypotonia, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral difficulties, or POF. It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. It is the most common female chromosomal abnormality, occurring in approximately 1 in 1, female births. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. Patients diagnosed in the prenatal period should be followed closely for developmental delays so that early intervention therapies can be implemented as needed. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism.

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Seizures, renal and genitourinary abnormalities, and premature ovarian failure POF can also be associated findings. Psychological features including attention deficits, mood disorders anxiety and depression , and other psychological disorders are also more common than in the general population. This manuscript reviews the current literature available describing features associated with trisomy X, with recognition that much of the literature is based on small sample sizes and clinical ascertainment of patients, and does not likely represent the full spectrum of females with trisomy X. Hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility may also be present [ 2 , 7 ]. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. However, review of the current knowledge is necessary to provide a summary of background and treatment recommendations for patients and professionals, and to highlight the many areas of need for additional research in trisomy X. Patients should be referred to support organizations to receive individual and family support. Diagnosis during the prenatal period by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is common. Adolescents and adult women presenting with late menarche, menstrual irregularities, or fertility problems should be evaluated for POF. Nicole R Tartaglia: Children with trisomy X have higher rates of motor and speech delays, with an increased risk of cognitive deficits and learning disabilities in the school-age years. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Indications for postnatal diagnoses most commonly include developmental delays or hypotonia, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral difficulties, or POF. Differential diagnosis prior to definitive karyotype results includes fragile X, tetrasomy X, pentasomy X, and Turner syndrome mosaicism. It was first described in in a year-old woman with normal intellectual abilities who presented with secondary amenorrhea at 19 years of age [ 1 ]. The most common physical features include tall stature, epicanthal folds, hypotonia and clinodactyly. The phenotype in trisomy X is hypothesized to result from overexpression of genes that escape X-inactivation, but genotype-phenotype relationships remain to be defined. Genetic counseling is recommended. The prognosis is variable, depending on the severity of the manifestations and on the quality and timing of treatment. The risk of trisomy X increases with advanced maternal age.

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  1. These studies were conducted in the 's and 80's at multiple centers across the U. Abstract Trisomy X is a sex chromosome anomaly with a variable phenotype caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome in females 47,XXX instead of 46,XX. Since the initial description, only several hundred cases have been described, identifying a variety of associated developmental, psychological, and medical features.

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