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Gynaecomastia, especially unilateral gynaecomastia. Question of unilateral and local constitutions: unilaterality, local predispositions, special 'soils', in regard to hormonic action.

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Asymmetry or 'unilateralism' in 'general' or 'constitutional' disorders, whether congenital (hereditary, familial) or acquired (e.g. acquired owing to an 'artificial constitution' resulting from mechanical or toxic injury or disease in endocrine or other important organs of the body). Mammary hypertrophy of puberty (and young women). Mastopathies of various kinds in males and females. Re intersexuality and similar problems (freemartins etc): - but see also collection on the 'The Menstrual Cycle - Female and Male Sex Hormones etc'. Asymmetrical blood pressure (for comparison) {For cuttings etc on pseudo and true hermaphroditism see elsewhere, especially collection on 'Precocious Development etc' (first series) and on true (glandular) hermaphroditism in 2nd series of 'Precocious Development etc'



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Presscutting 'Man Changes into Woman' on Roberta Cowell, 1951, L0063496; article from BMJ on gynaecomastria, Jan 1950 L0063490

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