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Trans-sexualism

  • J. Christie-Brown

Abstract

Trans-sexualism is a rare disorder which is difficult to manage or treat. It is of great theoretical interest and its study may eventually throw light on normal psychosexual development.

Keywords

Luteinising Hormone Gender Identity Gender Dysphoria Psychosexual Development Late Onset Group 
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© Raghu N. Gaind and Barbara L. Hudson 1979

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