The chromosomes were studied in a human intersex (“true hermaphrodite”) characterized by ambiguous external genitalia and abdominal gonads consisting of a left ovotestis and a right primitive testis. The tissues sampled for chromosome studies (two skin biopsies, right gonad and.
The chromosomes were studied in a human intersex (“true hermaphrodite”) characterized by and XX, XXY and XXYYY sex chromosomes respectively.
Hermaphrodites combine the male and female sex functions into a single individual, either sequentially or simultaneously. This simple fact means that they .
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We describe here a further case of a hermaphrodite with an XX sex chromosome complement. Case Record. A 40-year-old married man presented himself for.