Turner syndrome manifests itself differently in each female affected by the condition; therefore, no two individuals share the same features.
soft upturned nails, palmar crease, and drooping eyelids.
Less common are pigmented moles, hearing loss, and a high-arch palate (narrow maxilla).
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Heart defects, diabetes, and low thyroid hormone occur more frequently. Many, however, have troubles with spatial visualization that may be needed for mathematics. Estrogen replacement therapy can promote development of the breasts and hips.