The XYY Male

@article{Brown1968TheXM,
  title={The XYY Male},
  author={W. M. Court Brown and William H. Price and Patricia A. Jacobs},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={1968},
  volume={4},
  pages={513 - 513}
}
10 Citations
The XYY karyotype and criminality: a review.
The 47,XYY male: a review.
  • D. Owen
  • Psychology
    Psychological bulletin
  • 1972
TLDR
No consistent personality or behavioral constellation has been successfully predicted from the XYY complement and increased stature, dermatoglyphic alterations, possible neurological involvement, alterations in testicular cells, and some slight cardiac anomaly may, with properly collected data, prove to be predictable from theXYY genome.
Infection associated with immunosuppressive therapy.
  • M. Lessof
  • Medicine
    Postgraduate medical journal
  • 1972
TLDR
An increased incidence of lymphomas has also been observed in three congenital immunological deficiency diseases, namely, ataxia-telangiectasia, the Wiscott-Aldrich and Chediak-Higashi syndromes (Table 4).
Infection associated with immunosuppressive therapy.
  • D. Crowther
  • Medicine, Biology
    Postgraduate medical journal
  • 1972
TLDR
Patients with Hodgkin's disease are particularly liable to develop depression of cell-mediated immunity and patients with early disease may be affected.
Development of CNS leukaemia in acute myeloid leukaemia in childhood.
  • H. Kay
  • Medicine
    Archives of disease in childhood
  • 1976
TLDR
In 130 cases of acute myeloid leukaemia in children below the age of 14 years in Great Britain, there were 21 cases in which the central nervous system was involved; in a small number of patients who received prophylactic treatment, involvement of the central nerve system was prevented.
Multiple major cerebral artery thromboses with profound thrombocytopenia in acute leukaemia.
A child with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia complicated by prolonged gastrointestinal and skin haemorrhages due to profound thrombocytopenia finally died of thrombotic occlusions of major cerebral