Familial occurrence of male pseudohermaphrodites with ambiguous external genitals

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      Two types of familial occurrence encountered in male pseudohermaphroditism with ambiguous external genitals are presented. Sibship occurrence, which is typical for male pseudohermaphrodites with absence of breast development, and familial transmission through females, which is typical for male pseudohermaphrodites with breast development. There seems to be a correlation between clinical and genetic findings encountered in these two types of male hermaphroditism.
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