Abnormal sex differentiation: who, how and when to image

@article{Garel2008AbnormalSD,
  title={Abnormal sex differentiation: who, how and when to image},
  author={Laurent A. Garel},
  journal={Pediatric Radiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={38},
  pages={508-511}
}
Until the 6th week (14 mm) the development of the fetal genitourinary (GU) tract is still in an undifferentiated state with the presence of two undifferentiated gonads, two Wolffian ducts, two Müllerian ducts, a urogenital sinus, and identical external genitalia. Sexual differentiation takes place after 6 weeks’ gestational age. As displayed in Figs. 1, 2, and 3, the score of the male sexual differentiation is characterized by a “vivace e hormonale” tempo whereas the score in the female-to-be… CONTINUE READING

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