Tarek Dammak

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BACKGROUND Swyer syndrome is a distinct type of pure gonadal dysgenesis characterized by a 46 XY karyotype in female phenotypic patients. It shows an abnormality in testicular differentiation. It is usually revealed by primary amenorrhea. The tumor that usually develops in Swyer syndrome is gonadoblastoma. Although gonadoblastoma is considered benign, the(More)
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