A rare case of ambiguous genitalia.

@article{Ng2007ARC,
  title={A rare case of ambiguous genitalia.},
  author={S F Ng and Nem Yun Boo and Loo Ling Wu and Salwati Shuib},
  journal={Singapore medical journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={48 9},
  pages={
          858-61
        }
}
Genes on the Y chromosome are essential for normal sex determination and sex differentiation of male genitalia. However, genes on the X chromosome and other autosomes have been shown to be anti-testes and have a detrimental effect on this process. Addition of X chromosomes to the 46,XY karyotype results in seminiferous tubules dysgenesis, hypogonadism and malformed genitalia. We report a term male newborn with 49,XXXXY syndrome presenting with ambiguous genitalia, multiple extra-gonadal… CONTINUE READING