PMID: 3430558Dec 1, 1987Paper

Unilateral true hermaphrodite with 46,XX/46,XY dispermic chimerism

Journal of Medical Genetics
T I FaragM H el-Badramany


A 13 year old female presented with ambiguous external genitalia, right inguinal ovotestis, left ovary, apparently normal Mullerian system, and absent Wolffian system. Cultured lymphocytes showed a 46,XX/46,XY karyotype. Histopathology of the gonads confirmed true hermaphroditism. The presence of two genetically different erythrocyte populations was observed. The findings suggested that the patient is a true hermaphrodite dispermic chimera.


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