Childhood surgery for ambiguous genitalia: glimpses of practice changes or more of the same?

  title={Childhood surgery for ambiguous genitalia: glimpses of practice changes or more of the same?},
  author={S. Creighton and L. Michala and I. Mushtaq and M. Yaron},
  journal={Psychology & Sexuality},
  pages={34 - 43}
  • S. Creighton, L. Michala, +1 author M. Yaron
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Psychology & Sexuality
  • The Chicago consensus statement of 2005 was created at the point of cumulative criticisms and debates around the clinical practice of childhood genital surgery. It was drawn up at a time when it had become clearer that medically non-essential paediatric genital operations were associated with poor adult cosmetic outcomes and sexual functioning. However, data were not available for non-intervention. Therefore, parents and clinicians had no reliable information on how a child growing up with… CONTINUE READING
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