Abstract| Volume 32, ISSUE 2, P208, April 2019

35. Case Series of Hormone Abnormalities in Term and Preterm Infants With Ambiguous Genitalia not Diagnosed With a Disorder of Sexual Differentiation

      Work-up for diagnosing a disorder of sexual differentiation (DSD) in infancy is prompted by ambiguous genitalia seen at birth. But not all children born with ambiguous genitalia are ultimately diagnosed with a DSD, thus putting these neonates through needless testing. We present two cases of infants thought to have a DSD based on genital ambiguity and abnormal laboratory evaluation with subsequent resolution of both.
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