External Genitalia

Some articles on external genitalia, genitalia:

Partial Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome - Signs and Symptoms
... by the degree of genital masculinization grade 1 is indicated when the external genitalia is fully masculinized, grade 6 is indicated when the ... enough to partially prevent the masculinization of the genitalia, but is not great enough to completely prevent genital masculinization ... This includes any phenotype resulting from androgen insensitivity where the genitalia is partially, but not completely masculinized ...
17-beta-hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Deficiency - Clinical Characteristics
... dehydrogenase III deficiency is clinically characterized by either ambiguous external genitalia or complete female external genitalia at birth as a consequence of impaired male sexual ... Further investigations on ambiguous genitalia will eventually lead to findings of intersexuality ... (often complete absence of male sexual differentiation) can lead to development of female external genitalia ...
Sex Assignment - Assignment in Intersex Conditions
... of the biological aspects of sex at least some aspect of the genitalia, internal organs, gonadal tissue, or chromosomes is more typical of the other sex, or incompletely differentiated ... When the external genitalia appear to be "in between", they are described as ambiguous ... approximately 1 in 5,000 infants there is enough variation in the appearance of the external genitalia to give rise to hesitation about appropriate assignment by the physician involved ...
Partial Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome
... hormones impairs the masculinization of male genitalia in the developing fetus, as well as the development of male secondary sexual characteristics at puberty, but does not significantly impair female ... insensitivity syndrome (CAIS) is indicated when the external genitalia is that of a normal female, mild androgen insensitivity syndrome (MAIS) is indicated when the ...

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