Transsexualism: a medical perspective
Armstrong C. N.
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Transsexualism, a condition in which from earliest recollection the individual is unshakeably convinced he or she has been endowed with the wrong physical sexual body presents one of the most difficult problems as regards management and treatment in clinical medicine.
The aetiology and treatment is discussed and the problems with which the medical practitioner may be faced in advising his transsexual patient which include change in social role and marriage and the difference between sex and gender.
Citation: J Med Ethics 1980 Jun;6(2):90-1 an article published on the Internet by PubMed <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/>