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“…This syndrome is caused by paternal nondisjunction during meiosis that results in YY sperm, occurring in approximately 1:1000 (92). These patients typically have a tall stature, demonstrate decreased intelligence and exhibit antisocial behavioral characteristics.…”
Section: Etiologies Of Azoospermiamentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…This syndrome is caused by paternal nondisjunction during meiosis that results in YY sperm, occurring in approximately 1:1000 (92). These patients typically have a tall stature, demonstrate decreased intelligence and exhibit antisocial behavioral characteristics.…”
Section: Etiologies Of Azoospermiamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Patients with mixed gonadal dysgenesis normally have a mosaic 45,X0/46,XY genotype and anatomically have a testis on one side and a streak gonad on the other (92). Although this is a rare syndrome, the normally formed testis is often cryptorchidic and devoid of viable germ cells.…”
Section: Etiologies Of Azoospermiamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In~50% this subfertility is due to impaired semen parameters (Hull et al, 1985;de Kretser, 1997;Evers, 2002). Although frequently suggested, evidence of a genetic aetiology of impaired spermatogenesis is scarce (Turek and Pera, 2002). The only accepted genetic causes of impaired spermatogenesis in men are numerical and structural chromosomal abnormalities and Y chromosome deletions (Maduro and Lamb, 2002).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…47, XYY syndrome is caused by paternal nondisjunction during meiosis and occurs in 1:1000 men [5]. Patients present tall stature, azoospermia with normal serum testosterone level.…”
Section: Genetic Mutationsmentioning
confidence: 99%