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The XY Female: A Rare Disorder

The XY Female: A Rare Disorder with Malignant Potential Authors: Himansu Roy, Soma Sarkar, Neha Gupta, Amit Kumar Sil Abstract: A 16 year old female admitted to the hospital with the complaints of primary amenorrhoea and bilateral painless swellings in inguinal region. The clinical examinations and investigations revealed the case as complete androgen insensitivity syndrome. She underwent bilateral gonadectomy with herniotomy. Hormone replacement therapy with psychological counselling was started. The importance of early gonadectomy should be stressed in order to avoid the risk of malignancy. Read The COMPLETE ARTICLE

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Metallic Ring in the Penis due to self mutilation

Genital Self-mutilation by Metallic Ring in the Penis Authors: Dilip Kumar Pal, Sayak Roy, Deepak Kumar Biswal Abstract: Self-mutilation is mainly a result of psychiatric disturbance or sexual perversions or delusions. Genital mutilation has been seen to be one of the predominant modes of self-mutilation. Though so many modes of genital self-mutilation in males has been reported, a rare but important modality is incarceration by rings encircled around root of penis leading to ischemia and necrosis of penile tissue leading to penile loss. Here we report two such cases of…

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Rhabdomyosarcoma of Lip: A Medical Case Report

Rhabdomyosarcoma of Lip: A Case Report Authors: Dr Bhavya Thakur, Dr Shirin Garg, Dr Harpreet Puri, Dr Ruchika Tyagi,Dr Ramneesh Garg, Dr Sheerin Shah Abstract: Rhabdomyosarcomas (RMS) are the malignant tumors of the striated skeletal muscles. RMS was first described by Weber in 1854 and accounts for 6% of all malignancies and represents 50% of all soft tissue sarcomas in children under 15 years of age. The most common sites of occurrence are the head and neck (40%), genitourinary tract(25%),and extremities (20%). Oral Rhabdomyosarcoma is rare neoplasm, and accounts for…

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