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Turner Syndrome is a chromosomal condition which affects approximately 1 in 2,500 live female births. It is usually characterised by short stature and non-functioning ovaries which cause the absence of puberty and infertility. Despite the poor or absent ovarian function, other reproductive organs (uterus and vagina) are normal.
Common reasons for endocrinology review are:
Turner syndrome growth charts – Magic Foundation
Clinical practice guidelines for the care of girls and women with Turner syndrome
Please see the growth page for growth hormone resources
Hormone and me booklet – Turner syndrome
Turner syndrome association of Australia