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  1. ... dysphoria may be associated with intersex, genetic, or sex chromosome abnormalities. These should not be assumed to be causative, ... disorder or associated with any intersex, genetic, or sex chromosome abnormality. Gender dysphoria of childhood • A persistent and intense ...
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  2. ... College of Medical Genetics when looking for possible sex chromosome abnormalities in which mosaicism is common. In patients with ...
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  3. ... College of Medical Genetics when looking for possible sex chromosome abnormalities in which mosaicism is common. In patients with ...
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  4. ... 21, and lower sensitivities for trisomy 13 and sex chromosome abnormalities. Patients should be informed that cell-free fetal ...
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  5. ... 21, and lower sensitivities for trisomy 13 and sex chromosome abnormalities. Patients should be informed that cell-free fetal ...
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  6. ... dysphoria may be associated with intersex, genetic, or sex chromosome abnormalities. These should not be assumed to be causative, ...
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  7. ... disorder or associated with any intersex, genetic, or sex chromosome abnormality. Gender dysphoria of childhood A persistent and intense ...
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  8. ... or be associated with any intersex, genetic, or sex chromosome abnormality. Gender dysphoria of childhood Persistent and intense distress ...
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