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Enfin, on parle du périnée chez l’homme: la distance anogénitale, un marqueur biologique de l’action des androgènes ?

Male perineum is alive, at last! Anogenital distance, a biological marker of androgen action?

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Mieusset, R. Enfin, on parle du périnée chez l’homme: la distance anogénitale, un marqueur biologique de l’action des androgènes ?. Basic Clin. Androl. 21, 1–3 (2011) doi:10.1007/s12610-011-0120-9

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