Clinical tests of Kallmann syndrome

Clinical tests of Kallmann syndrome
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  • Comparing height to traditional increase charts.
  • Determining the Tanner degree of sexual development. (Males with KS/CHH are usually at degree I or II with genitalia, females at degree I with breast development and both women and men at stage III with pubic hair improvement).
  • Checking for micropenis and undescended testes (cryptorchidism) in adult males.
  • Measuring testicular extent.
  • Checking for breast development and age at menarche in women.
  • Checking sense of smell the usage of odorant panel or University of Pennsylvania Smell Identification Test (UPSIT)
  • Checking for hearing impairment.
  • Checking for missing tooth or presence of cleft lip and/or cleft palate.
  • Checking for pigmentation of skin and hair.
  • Checking for replicate moves of the arms or symptoms of neurodevelopmental put off.

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