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Y-chromosomaler familiärer Kleinwuchs

Der Y-chromosomale familiäre Kleinwuchs ist eine pseudo-autosomal dominant vererbte Erkrankung, die auf der Haploinsuffizienz aufgrund einer Mutation in der pseudoautosomalen Region des Y-Chromosoms beruht. Die Penetranz ist auch innerhalb einer Familie sehr variabel, so dass bei schwerster Ausprägung auch eine Dyschondrosteosis Leri-Weill auftreten kann.

Symptome

Wachstumsstörung
Der Kleinwuchs ist dysproportional mit Zeichen einer Mesomelie.
Dysmorphie
Die Skelettfehlbildungen sind mesomelisch. Typisch ist die Madlung Deformität des Handgelenks.

Gliederung

Kleinwuchs, SHOX-bedingt
Dyschondrosteosis Leri-Weill
Langer-Mesomelie
X-chromosomaler familiärer Kleinwuchs
Y-chromosomaler familiärer Kleinwuchs
SHOX

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Benito-Sanz S et al. (2012) Identification of the first recurrent PAR1 deletion in Léri-Weill dyschondrosteosis and idiopathic short stature reveals the presence of a novel SHOX enhancer.

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Shanske A et al. (1999) Deletion of the pseudoautosomal region in a male with a unique Y;13 translocation and short stature.

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Blum WF et al. (2007) Growth hormone is effective in treatment of short stature associated with short stature homeobox-containing gene deficiency: Two-year results of a randomized, controlled, multicenter trial.

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Deng HW et al. (2002) A whole-genome linkage scan suggests several genomic regions potentially containing QTLs underlying the variation of stature.

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OMIM.ORG article

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