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Common Urological Problems

X Chromosome

Genital tracts

The internal and external genitalia of both sexes are genetically ‘programmed’ to differentiate passively down a ‘default’  female pathway unless actively switched down a male pathway by the genetic information carried by the testis-determining gene (SRY).  Until the sixth week of gestation,  the genitalia of both sexes share identical embryonic precursors.  Differentiation   of… Genital tracts   

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