Testicular Feminization

Some articles on testicular feminization:

Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome - History - Testicular Feminization
... John Morris provided the first full description of what he called "testicular feminization syndrome" based on 82 cases compiled from the medical literature, including 2 ... The term "testicular feminization" was coined to reflect Morris' observation that the testicles in these patients produced a hormone that had a feminizing effect on the body, a phenomenon that is now understood to ... a gradual shift in nomenclature from "testicular feminization" to "androgen resistance" ...
Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome - History - Other Names
... Gilbert-Dreyfus syndrome (1957), Lub's syndrome (1959), "incomplete testicular feminization" (1963), Rosewater syndrome (1965), and Aiman's syndrome (1979) ... CAIS encompasses the phenotypes previously described by "testicular feminization," Morris' syndrome, and Goldberg-Maxwell syndrome PAIS includes Reifenstein syndrome, Gilbert-Dreyfus syndrome, Lub's syndrome, "inco ...

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