Familial male pseudohermaphroditism with normal Leydig cell function at puberty.


Four male pseudohermaphrodites from two families have been described. Although reared as females, at puberty, the timing, pattern, and degree of masculinization was similar to that of a normal male. No feminization occurred. They had normal testicular testosterone synthesis as judged by plasma testosterone, LH and FSH concentrations, as well as incubations… (More)


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