What are disorders of sexual development (DSD)?
These are conditions in which the appearance of the external genitalia appear neither distinctly female or male and are instead termed, “ambiguous.”
Sometimes associated systemic manifestations are present which require immediate evaluation and intervention. However, slight variations in anatomy may not warrant evaluation until adolescence.
The most common types of DSD are:
Specialists for Congenital Abnormalities of the Genitourinary Disorders in Women
Northwestern Medicine has compiled a transdisciplinary team of specialists from various backgrounds to uniquely evaluate and care for the needs of women with complicated congenital abnormalities of the genitourinary tract.
Our team includes:
Meet Our Team
These specialists provide customized, compassionate, full-service care for all pelvic floor disorders in a confidential environment.
To schedule an appointment with our team, call 312.694.PFDS (7337).