pseudo-Turner's syndrome

pseu·do-Tur·ner's syndrome

(sōō′dō-tûr′nərz)
n.
A syndrome characterized by short stature and a webbed neck, often associated with mental retardation and congential heart disease. Also called Bonnevie-Ullrich syndrome.
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