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Answers: 2006 Series -  April 25, 2006 Lecture 36 of 52  NEXT»

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A 6-year-old boy presents to your office because his mother has noted a blue discoloration to the sclera.   

All of the following can cause such discoloration and should be considered in the differential diagnosis in this case EXCEPT:

  c -- Turnerís syndrome

All of the listed answers can cause blue discoloration in affected patients.  However, Turnerís syndrome (XO) occurs only in female patients and this patient was a boy.


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