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What determines female baby?

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Design or Default

Mesonephric duct degenerates and paramesopnephric duct develops

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What is another name for the paramesonephric duct?

Mullerian duct hence the name Mullerian inhibitory Factor which inhibits the paramesonephric duct

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what determines male baby?

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1. SRY gene on Y chromosome Testis developing factor

2. Mullerian inhibitory Factor (MIF) (Sertoli cells)

3. Androgen (Leydig cells) development of Mesonephric ducts.

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What does the Paramesonephric duct develop into?

Internal Female genitalia

Fallopian tubes

uterus,

Upper portion of the vagina

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What is Mullerian agenesis (Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome?)

Primary amenorrhea with fully developed ovaries.

No Mullerian (Paramesonephric) structures

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What is the another name for Mesonephric (Wolffian) duct?

Develops into the male internal structures minus PROSTATE (SEED)

Seminal vesicles

Epididymis

Ejaculatory duct

Ductus deferens

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What is the female remnant of the Paramesonephric duct?

Appendix testis

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What is the male remnant of the mesonephric duct?

Gartner duct

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What hormone is responsible for male external genitalia?

DHT

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What hormone is responsible for male internal genitalia?

Testosterone

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Lack of Sertoli cells or Mullerian inhibitory factor has what effect on male genitalia development?

Develops

both male and female INSIDE

Male OUT

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What effect does 5-alpha-reductase def have one male genitalia development?

NO DHT = External problem

Male Inside

Ambiguous external until puberty which causes masculinization

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What are the Mullerian duct anomalies?

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Septate uterus - incomplete resorption of septum

Bicornuate uterus - incomlete fusion

Uterus didelphys double uterus, vagina, cervix


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