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This article reviews the use of cytogenetic techniques in the diagnosis of endocrine disorders. Topics covered are sex chromosome aneuploidies, conditions with ambiguous genitalia, and repeated fetal wastage. Also included is a brief discussion of cytogenetic methods and structural aberrations.
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