The laparoscopic management of intersex patients: the preferred approach.

@article{Dnes2005TheLM,
  title={The laparoscopic management of intersex patients: the preferred approach.},
  author={Francisco Tibor D{\'e}nes and Marcelo A S Cocuzza and Edison Daniel Schneider-Monteiro and Frederico A.Q. Silva and E. M. Fieira Costa and Berenice B Mendonca and Sami Arap},
  journal={BJU international},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 6},
  pages={
          863-7
        }
}
UNLABELLED In the world's largest series of patients with intersex treated by laparoscopy, authors from Sao Paulo found that this technique allowed easy identification and removal of gonads. They also found that other organs could be removed and genitoplasty performed. OBJECTIVE To present possibly the largest series of the use of laparoscopy for treating intersex patients. PATIENTS AND METHODS Fifty intersex patients (34 with male and two with female pseudohermaphroditism, nine with… CONTINUE READING
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