True hermaphroditism and normal male genitalia: an unusual presentation.

  title={True hermaphroditism and normal male genitalia: an unusual presentation.},
  author={Bradley P. Kropp and Michael A Keating and Thomas Moshang and John W. Duckett},
  volume={46 5},
True hermaphroditism, the rarest form of intersex, is usually diagnosed during the newborn period in the course of evaluating ambiguous genitalia. As an exception, we present an unusual case of a 15-year-old boy with phenotypically normal male genitalia and bilaterally descended ovotestes, who was seen for evaluation of intermittent scrotal swelling and pain. Although rare, true hermaphroditism should be included in the differential diagnosis of apparently normal males presenting with similar… CONTINUE READING


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