Published in OBGYN and Reproduction Week, May 5th, 2008
"Klippel-Feil anomaly is characterized by the fusion of two or more cervical vertebrae and a short neck, limitation of head movement, and low posterior hairline. The association of this anomaly with MURCS (Mullerian-duct asplasia, renal agenesis, and cervical somite dysplasia) is traditionally regarded as being limited to females, but it has been hypothesized that men displaying the combination of azoospermia, segmentation abnormalities of the cervicothoracic spine, and renal anomalies have a male analog of MURCS," wrote Y. Umemoto and...
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