Children’s vaginal and vulvar anatomical abnormalities

 

 

Because sometimes life doesn’t go to the master plan.

 

Transverse and Longitudinal Septums

Why they are different and why it matters

The absence of organs

Vagina, uterus, ovaries, cervix, clitoris, vulva

Reifenstein syndrome

Reifenstein syndrome is an androgen insensitivity syndrome occurring in foetal development that results in improper sex organ development in boys.

Ambiguous genitalia

Ambiguous genitals means it’s really hard to tell if a child is a boy or a girl, and there are a handful of common causes of this anatomical abnormality.

Epispadias in girls

Epispadias is a birth defect in boys and girls whereby the genitals are improperly formed, affecting the urethra and sometimes the bladder and other structures.

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