Background: Amenorrhea is a condition where women do not experience menstruation or the cessation of menstrual cycles at reproductive age. Amenorrhea is divided into primary and secondary. Turner syndrome is one example of gonadal dysgensis that cause the most common primary amenorrhea. It is represented by the absence of all or part of the normal second sex chromosome and physical features including short stature, webbed neck, cubitus valgus, pterygium colli, low hairline, edema of the hands and feet, and shield chest. Clinical pictures and karyotype of Acehnesse patients with Turner syndrome are presented in this study. The patients involved in the study were those who came to an endocrinology clinic in a tertiary care center.
Case Presentation: We reported four cases of Turner syndrome which were confirmed from anamnesis, physical examination and chromosomal analysis at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Fertility, Endocrine and Reproductive Division of RSUD Dr. Zainoel Abidin Banda Aceh.
Conclusion: All patients with Turner syndrome had amenorrhea, short stature, bone deformity and underdeveloped primary dan secondary sexual characteristic. Only one case has monosomy X (45, XO), a mosaic chromosomal component was present in the rest of them (45, X with mosaicism).