Prolonged proestrus in a bitch with X chromosomal ...

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Title Prolonged proestrus in a bitch with X chromosomal monosomy (77,XO)
Author(s) Robert M. Lofstedt, L. C. Buoen, A. F. Weber, S. D. Johnston, A. Huntington, P. W. Concannon
Journal Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Date 1992
Volume 200
Issue 8
Start page 1104
End page 1106
Abstract A stunted Miniature American Eskimo bitch that had signs of proestrus, which persisted for almost 8 months, had a 77,XO karyotype. Despite signs of proestrus, the ovaries were small and fibrous, and there was no evidence of ovarian follicle development or corpora lutea. Except for its juvenile appearance, the rest of the reproductive tract was grossly normal. Clinical signs in this bitch were similar to those in human beings with Turner's syndrome.

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