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In 5 cases gender was atypical prenatal sex differentiation disorders in City of London clearly, whereas in 3 the diagnosis remained questionable. The understanding of this pattern of development will help patients and their families to understand the problems of ambiguous sex differentiation, which are subsequently outlined.
B, Postabortion disposition, confirming severe micropenis. Levy JBHusmann DA Micropenis secondary to growth hormone deficiency: does treatment with growth hormone alone result in adequate penile growth? Thus, in these patients, external genitalia develop in a manner that is neither female nor male, but rather is somewhere in between the two.
This was also true in case 10 involving autosomal trisomy 13, a well known lethal genetic syndrome associated with ambiguous genitalia. The structure of the penis was normal, but the size was extremely small, consistent with the diagnosis of micropenis; the internal reproductive structures were not examined because parents declined investigation.
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Pharmacological Reviews 52 — Neuroendocrinology 44 — The disastrous effects of treating pregnant women with the potent non-steroidal synthetic oestrogenic compound, diethylstilboestrol, on reproductive tract development in both male and female offspring leading to testicular or vaginal cancer in adulthood, first highlighted the effects of exogenous endocrine agents on foetal development see Bay et al.
Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 42 41 — Masculinization as indicated by: constant oestrus lack of corpora lutea enlarged SDN-POA reduced female sexual behaviour. The ridge itself develops under the influence of several genes e.