Turner Syndrome is a condition that occurs when one X chromosome is partially or completely missing, and only occurs in women. Turner Syndrome is characterized by delayed puberty, short stature, high blood pressure, and distinct facial features. These symptoms and features can also appear in males with Noonan Syndrome, a genetic disorder caused by mutations in several genes, including PTPN11, SOS1, RAF1, KRAS, NRAS, and BRAF. Noonan Syndrome is often referred to as the male version of Turner Syndrome because the symptoms are so similar to those experienced by females with Turner Syndrome. Common symptoms experienced by males with Noonan syndrome include scoliosis, delayed puberty, infertility, and short stature. There is no cure for the genetic condition, but the specific symptoms experienced by the individual can be treated.
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