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Persistent mullarian duct syndrome – hernia uterine inguinalis: a case report

Authors:Aachi Srinivas, C. Ashok, P. Adarsh
Int J Biol Med Res. 2015; 6(1): 4665-4666  |  PDF File

Abstract

Persistent mullerian duct syndrome (PMDS) is an extremely rare form of internal male pseudohermophroditism in which female internal sex organs are present in a male with normal 46XY karyotype and normal external genitalia. This condition was 1st reported in 1895. We present a case of right groin swelling of 9 months duration and were clinicallydiagnosed as complete irreducible inguinal hernia with no palpable testis in the lt. hemiscrotum, both the testis palpable in the rt. Hemiscrotum. After clinical diagnosis workup was done with routine investigations, ultrasonography and treated with rt. Inguinal herniorraphy