S J Kogan

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Fetal testicular androgens in several mammalian species are responsible for the sexual differentiation of both the genitalia and the brain, the latter effect being related to behavioral sex-dimorphisms. Because prenatal endocrine abnormalities can be inferred from genital defects, studies of individuals born with anomalies potentially elucidate the(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the psychosocial adaptation of boys with hypospadias after genital surgery to a community sample. METHODS Boys (6 to 10 years) with a history of hypospadias repair (n = 175) were compared with a community sample (n = 333) in a postal questionnaire survey using the Child Behavior Checklist. RESULTS Few significant differences between(More)
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