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Kinderurologie pp 382-404 | Cite as

Das Kind mit intersexuellem Genitale

  • H. Böhles
  • R. H. Ringert

Zusammenfassung

Nach A. Jost [11], der 1972 die grundsätzlichen Mechanismen der sexuellen Differenzierung aufklärte, werden ein chromosomales, ein gonadales und ein äußeres, phänotypisches Geschlecht unterschieden.

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