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Ambiguous Genitalia - Indeterminate sex » Genitals Q56.4

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Genital ambiguity at birth that does not readily allow for phenotypic sex determination. Includes male or female true or pseudohermaphroditism.
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1. Small penis, bifid scrotum, meatus seems to be located at the base of the penis, where it joins the scrotal raphe.
2. Bifid scrotum: scrotal sacks are separated by the penile body which seems to be embedded in the groove.
3. Hypertrophic clitoris. Small labia minora and narrow vaginal opening.
4- Bifid scrotum Absent or hypoplastic penis.
5. Absent phallus. The urinary meatus seems to be located in a medial groove located between two scrotal sacks. Bifid scrotum with abnormal pigmentation and furrowing. Hydrocele?
6. Small, deeply pigmented and furrowed scrotum. Cryptorchidism. Dorsal cleft of the foreskin.

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