Long-term outcome of feminization surgery: the London experience.

Abstract

The traditional management of the virilized female infant has centred on restoring ‘normality’. Once the diagnosis has been made and the infant assigned to a female sex of rearing, feminizing genital surgery almost inevitably follows. This management is now being criticised from ethical, social and clinical perspectives [1–3]. The current debate is emotive… (More)

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@article{Creighton2004LongtermOO, title={Long-term outcome of feminization surgery: the London experience.}, author={Sarah Margaret Creighton}, journal={BJU international}, year={2004}, volume={93 Suppl 3}, pages={44-6} }