Preservation of gonadal function in true hermaphroditism.


Twelve documented cases of true hermaphroditism have been studied since 1965; there was histological evidence of both ovarian and testicular tissue in all cases. The clinical, anatomical, and therapeutic procedures are reviewed with special emphasis on gonadal morphology, histology, and function. Seven patients were reared as females, 5 as males; 6 are now… (More)


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@article{NihoulFkt1984PreservationOG, title={Preservation of gonadal function in true hermaphroditism.}, author={Claire Nihoul-F{\'e}k{\'e}t{\'e} and St{\'e}phen Lortat-Jacob and O Cachin and Nathalic Josso}, journal={Journal of pediatric surgery}, year={1984}, volume={19 1}, pages={50-5} }