Gonadal mosaicism



A form of mosaicism affecting the gametes, and not the somatic cells, of an individual.


The rare condition wherein some cells of the body of a patient have XX chromosomes while other cells have XY chromosomes is an example of gonadal mosaicism.

See also: sex chromosome

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