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nbme23/Block 2/Question#36 (23.4 difficulty score)
A newborn has external genitalia that appear ...
Hyperplastic fetal adrenal glands🔍
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jboud86  I'm just adding the page number from FA 2019 to this comment. FA 2019 page 625. +3  
leaf_house  FA 2020 p 639 +  



Boards and Beyond has a good flow chart for ambiguous genitalia. If the patient is XX - do they have mullerian structures? If yes, it's CAH (increased androgens). If they patient is XY - do they have mullerian structures? If yes, gonadal dysgenesis (no MIH). If no, then it could be due to abnormal androgen receptors, CAH, or low DHT.




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