Parental choice on normalising cosmetic genital surgery.

@article{Liao2015ParentalCO,
  title={Parental choice on normalising cosmetic genital surgery.},
  author={Lih-Mei Liao and Dan N Wood and Sarah M Creighton},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2015},
  volume={351},
  pages={
          h5124
        }
}
Between a rock and a hard place About 1 in 2000 children are born with genitalia considered atypical enough to prompt medical investigation. Underlying causes include complex genetic and hormonal conditions as well as unexplained anatomical anomalies such as hypospadias. Paediatricians have previously stated that the determining factor in deciding to raise a child as a boy is the “size of the phallus.”1 2 Newborn penile size charts were used in the 1960s, and any child with a penis of… CONTINUE READING

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