Klinefelter's Syndrome is the most frequent sex chromosomal genetic disorder and is caused by the presence of an extra X chromosome.
A set of symptoms result due to the presence of at least one extra X chromosome to a standard human male karyotype. The resulting combination is XXY. Since the individual has at least one Y chromosome, they are genetically considered to be male.
Cause(s) : Genetics.
Symptoms : Physical traits associated with the syndrome normally manifest after the onset of puberty.
Hypogonadism (diminished function of reproductive organs)
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