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- n. United States physician who first described the XXY-syndrome (born in 1912)
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So unless you feel confident enough in medicine to separate the four humours from the anatomy of melancholy and can explain the use of SRY in genitalia development, please don’t use terms that those with intersex disorders including the 1 in 500 men with klinefelter syndrome find hurtful.
is klinefelter disease common in certain areas? like for example africa, or asia, or is it widespread?