leaM nnraietl eagtniail t&-;g tntIac SRY , s,esett nda ttrtosoeee.sn
No emafel enlnarti lgatnaiei tg&-; senerePc fo IMF na(unmielrtial o)onmher dan ctatin Selroit lcel ntfioncu.
leFmae lentxrae lntageiai &;gt- oN aogdnenr esetnrp, hhicw is derqurie rof lame trnaxeel ianaieglt mtainoro.f
erP 680p in AF ,9021 RSY no Y omocsehmor susterl in vetdmelpeno fo te.sset HDT lsusret ni eoetmvdnpel fo mlea arlentxe aiegntlia n(ad hte et.sprtoa)
Y chromosome --> SRY gene --> Testis --> Sertoli and Leydig cells.
Sertoli cells: AMH --> involution of mullerian ducts --> no female internal organs
Everything is normal, except for external genitalia. DHT signalling is missing.
nagD thsi quneitso rehwt em fof beueacs it aids mleefa inatligae ehwn I htoghut it dlwou be aoumbgsui at tbr.ih THD iltsl mesak hte toms .nsese nakhsT.
nEghrityev ash eben cvodree ,edalary btu e'hrse to hte ialsuv slaerrne - ts'i yase to see eth troinseiphla wbeenet HTD and estn.otesretom8od/3.:ga/Fihptt/McY/smurm
(rnoieg hte ewloh lbakc vrsues ebul l.si.rctoo. cpitemcoasl gntihs dna 'mI sure I modicolres o)re.emshew
I chose E) because I was thinking androgen insensitivity syndrome. However, I realize the wording of the question is which HORMONE would be reduced and in AIS, testosterone levels would not actually be reduce.
To be clear though, AIS could have the EXACT same described presentation, yes? (46.XY with male genital ducts & female external genitalia) Just want to make sure there is nothing else that could have tipped me off. Thanks.