An Analysis of All Applications for Sex Reassignment Surgery in Sweden, 1960–2010: Prevalence, Incidence, and Regrets

@article{Dhejne2014AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of All Applications for Sex Reassignment Surgery in Sweden, 1960–2010: Prevalence, Incidence, and Regrets},
  author={Cecilia Dhejne and Katarina G{\"o}rts {\"O}berg and Stefan Arver and Mika{\'e}l Land{\'e}n},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={43},
  pages={1535-1545}
}
Incidence and prevalence of applications in Sweden for legal and surgical sex reassignment were examined over a 50-year period (1960–2010), including the legal and surgical reversal applications. A total of 767 people (289 natal females and 478 natal males) applied for legal and surgical sex reassignment. Out of these, 89 % (252 female-to-males [FM] and 429 male-to-females [MF]) received a new legal gender and underwent sex reassignment surgery (SRS). A total of 25 individuals (7 natal females… 

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