persistent mullerian duct syndrome

(redirected from hernia uteri inguinale)

per·sis·tent mül·le·ri·an duct syn·drome

familial disorder with presence of fallopian tube, uterus, and testis in a male. Deficient müllerian inhibitory substance secondary to Sertoli cell defect.

persistent müllerian duct syndrome

A rare form of male pseudohermaphroditism of childhood onset, which is characterised by persistence of müllerian duct (“female”) structures in a phenotypically normal male.
Clinical findings
Cryptorchidism, testicular hypoplasia, normal virilisation at puberty, increased testicular tumours and transverse testicular ectopia.
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