A STUDY OF FOUR CASES WITH KLINEFELTER'S SYNDROME, SHOWING MOTILE SPERMATOZOA IN THEIR EJACULATES

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Summary.

Four unusual cases of Klinefelter's syndrome are described, in which motile spermatozoa were found in several ejaculates. One of these subjects was shown to be a 47XXY/46XY mosaic, but intensive cytogenic studies in the other three failed to reveal evidence of this. Records of proven parenthood may eventually disturb the present concept of sterility in this condition.

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