46XX Male with ambiguous genitalia-A case report-12)

Venkatesh, Vishnu Bhat B1, Ramachandra Rao, Prakash Chand, Venkatesh, Vishnu Bhat B1, Ramachandra Rao‫, Prakash Chand‫, Sangeetha A‫, Nandakumar S‫, Jayaprakash, T‫٭‬
unpublished
46 XX male is a very rare disorder of sexual differentiation presenting as an undervirilized male or with normal looking external genitalia and the absence of Y chromosome.This infant was diagnosed to be a 46XXmale based on clinical finding of microphallus, penoscrotal hypospadias, bifid scrotum, bilateral palpable gonads and karyotyping showing 46XX chromosomes.
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