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What is the geneotype for a Turner's syndrome patient?
45 XO
What is the genotype of a patient with Klinefelter's syndrome?
47 XXY
What is amenorrhea?
Absence of bleeding for >6 months.
What is oligomenorrhea?
Uterine bleeding that occurs after an interval of >35 days.
What is polymenorrhea?
Regular menstrual bleeding that occurs at interval of <24 days.
What is menorrhagia?
Excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding that occurs at regular intervals.
What is metrorrhagia?
Uterine bleeding of normal or reduced volumes at irregular intervals.