Klinefelter not picked up in 75% of cases

Andrology expert Professor David Handelsman, director of the ANZAC Research Institute, Sydney, said the condition was relatively easy to diagnose as it was characterised by small testes. 

“Most men go through life without ever having a single genital examination by a doctor,” he said.

“Think about [the number of examinations]... women have from their teenage years onwards!”

There was a paradox of overuse and underuse of androgen therapy, he