Feminizing genitoplasty: state of the art

@article{Rink1998FeminizingGS,
  title={Feminizing genitoplasty: state of the art},
  author={Richard C. Rink and Mark C. Adams},
  journal={World Journal of Urology},
  year={1998},
  volume={16},
  pages={212-218}
}
Abstract Surgical management of intersex states continues to evolve such that today's efforts achieve near normal cosmetic and functional results. In this article we discuss the reconstruction of the female genitalia in those that have had significant androgen stimulation as well as those with near normal external genitalia but significant urogenital sinus anomalies. The initial evaluation as well as postoperative follow-up management is addressed. 

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