Störungen der sexuellen Differenzierung und der Pubertät

  • Freimut A. Leidenberger

Zusammenfassung

Störungen der sexuellen Differenzierung in der Pubertät sind in der gynäkologischen Praxis relativ seltene Beobachtungen. Es bedarf im allgemeinen langjähriger klinischer Erfahrungen, diese Störungen richtig zuzuordnen, um angemessene therapeutische Konsequenzen ziehen zu können. Die folgenden Ausführungen sollen lediglich eine grobe Orientierung sein und im wesentlichen diejenigen Störungen berücksichtigen, die man gelegentlich auch in der gynäkologischen Praxis beobachtet. Im Zweifelsfall sollte der Frauenarzt interdisziplinäre Hilfe in Anspruch nehmen, z. B. in hierauf spezialisierten Einrichtungen. Dies gilt besonders für Individuen mit Störungen der sexuellen Differenzierung, bei denen eine eindeutige Geschlechtszuordnung nicht von vornherein möglich ist.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Freimut A. Leidenberger
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  1. 1.Institut für Hormon- und FortpflanzungsforschungHamburg 50Deutschland

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