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symptoms, early symptoms and signs of non-adrenergic pseudohermaphroditism

Non-adrenergic proliferative pseudohermaphroditism

Typical symptom: fetal development malformation

Related symptoms: masculine developmental malformation

I. Symptoms

Taking estrogen at different stages of pregnancy has different effects on masculinization of female fetus. If you take sex hormones before 12 weeks of pregnancy, the closure of lip sac is obvious; If sex hormones are used after 12 weeks of pregnancy, clitoris enlargement is obvious, and sometimes vaginal orifice opens in urethra, but it is rare. Female fetuses treated with androgen appear to be less masculine, and the enlarged clitoris can gradually shrink after birth.

Second, diagnosis

Diagnostic basis: ① Female babies have hermaphroditism of external genitalia after birth. ② The mother had a history of using sex hormone preparations during pregnancy. ③ Mother has or does not show masculinity. ④ Tumors were found in ovary or adrenal gland by imaging examination. ⑤ The baby girl has normal growth and development after birth, normal puberty development, and no physical and metabolic abnormalities caused by E2 synthesis disorder.

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