Klinefelter Syndrome

Words: Dr Rachel LEVINE It goes without saying that genital, gonadal and chromosomal variants are neither completely ‘male’ nor ‘female.’ This is primarily because intersex individuals are born with possible anatomical and physiological sexual differences. This also results in different intersex variations. Besides, what used to be a unified classification of hermaphrodite, exploration of gender

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