Turner syndrome: evaluation of prenatal diagnosis in 19 European registries.

@article{Baena2004TurnerSE,
  title={Turner syndrome: evaluation of prenatal diagnosis in 19 European registries.},
  author={Neus Baena and Catherine de Vigan and Ettore Cariati and Maurizio Clementi and Claude Stoll and Mar{\'i}a Rosa Caball{\'i}n and M{\'i}riam Guitart},
  journal={American journal of medical genetics. Part A},
  year={2004},
  volume={129A 1},
  pages={16-20}
}
This study evaluated the prenatal diagnosis of Turner syndrome by ultrasound examination in an unselected population from all over Europe. Data from 19 congenital malformation registries from 11 European countries were analyzed. Turner syndrome was diagnosed in 125 cases (7.2%) in a total of 1,738 chromosome abnormalities. Sixty-seven percent of cases were detected prenatally by ultrasound examination due to the presence of congenital defects. The most frequent anomalies were cystic hygroma (59… CONTINUE READING