Article: Recommendations of patients and families of girls with 46XX CAH in the UK regarding the timing of surgery

Nov 29, 2020

The article, published 23rd November 2020, concluded that ‘expert families and patients in the UK who have had CAH surgery, recommend surgery in the first few years of life vs. adulthood’ and that while there is a ‘selection bias’, this finding ‘may support multi-disciplinary teams in continuing to discuss surgery as an option in childhood’.

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