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Syndromes: Rapid Recognition and Perioperative Implications
Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome
At a Glance, Synonyms, Incidence, Genetic Inheritance, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Clinical Aspects, Precautions before Anesthesia, Anesthetic Considerations, Pharmacological Implications, Other Conditions to Be Considered, References
An inherited disorder caused by androgen insensitivity with affected males having a female phenotype with normal female external genitalia but abnormal or absent internal female organs. Testes are often intraabdominal, in the inguina, or in the labia. Normal male (46,XY) karyotype...."
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