Asymmetrical gonadal differentiation and gonadoblastoma. Clinical, cytogenetic and histological findings. Case report.


A 10 10/12 years old virilized girl with the syndrome of asymmetrical gonadal differentiation is reported. The patient had a negative sex chromatin and positive Y chromatin (bright fluorescent body of Y chromosome) in the buccal smear and 45,X/46,XY karyotype in the peripheral blood lymphocytes. An exploratory laparotomy showed a small uterus, two Fallopian… (More)


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