PMID: 9343018Oct 29, 1997Paper

Management of intersexuality. Guidelines for dealing with persons with ambiguous genitalia

Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
M Diamond, H K Sigmundson


Following the publication of our article about a classic case of sex reassignment, the media attention was rapid and widespread, as was the reaction of many clinicians. Some wanted to comment or ask questions, but many contacted us directly or indirectly, asking for specific guidelines on how to manage cases of traumatized or ambiguous genitalia.


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