Testis and epididymis
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Revised: 21 April 2013, last major update September 2012
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- Ambiguous genitalia, persistent mullerian duct structures and wolffian duct derivatives, karyotypes with Y, potential for neoplastic transformation of gonads
- Note: some donít separate types of gonadal dysgenesis
- Turner syndrome was first type of gonadal dysgenesis discovered
End of Testis and epididymis > Intersex syndromes > Gonadal dysgenesis-general
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