Body proportion was studied in Turner's syndrome by measurement of standing an sitting heights in relation to chronological and bone age. The mean standard deviation score for standing height was -3.8. Disproportionate growth of the legs was not a major determinant of short stature, either before or after oestrogen replacement.
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