female hermaphroditism

fe·male her·maph·ro·dit·ism

correctly designated as female pseudohermaphroditism; there is ambiguity of reproductive organs so that the sex of the individual is neither exclusively male or female (that is, ambiguous), but predominantly female hermaphroditism in which only ovaries are present; they have chromatin positive nuclei and a 46, XX chromosome constitution.
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In contrast, no surgical treatment of idiopathic clitoral hypertrophy and nonprogressive simple female hermaphroditism with relatively mild hypertrophy without accompanying complication has been reported [6].