hrp0095rfc6.1 | Sex Development and Gonads | ESPE2022

Sex-specific ranges and ratios for anogenital distance among Thai full-term newborns

Numsriskulrat Nattakarn , Srilanchakon Khomsak , Pronprechatham Chaiyat , Pornkunwilai Sopon , Supornsilchai Vichit

Introduction: Anogenital distance (AGD) is a useful marker of prenatal androgen exposure and a tool for assessment of differences of sex development. Normative data on AGD ranges for local references should be established as standards for comparison in clinical practice, but there is a paucity of data among newborns in Thailand.Aim: To provide the sex-specific ranges for AGD in Thai full-term newborns.<p class="abste...