The purpose of this course is to define and explain disorders of sex development (DSD) and gender dysphoria, outline the disorders that lead to DSD, and discuss the medical and ethical considerations of treatment.
Course Publication Date: January 20, 2016
This course is available with NO ADDITIONAL FEE
if you have an active one year unlimited membership
|Author:||Wanda Lockwood RN, BA, MA
|Delivery Method:||Online Self Study
|Category:||Community & Home Health
Emergency & Trauma Medicine
Leadership & Case Management
Medical & Surgical Issues
- Define the basic terms used in reference to disorders of sex development (DSD), intersex and gender dysphoric conditions.
- Explain the difference between karyotype and phenotype.
- Explain the difference between DSD and gender dysphoria.
- Discuss issues related to gender identity disorder
- Discuss the history of treatment for DSD.
- List the 5 main types of DSD.
- List and describe at least 6 congenital anomalies that lead to intersex conditions.
- Discuss treatment options for DSD.
- Explain the rationale for sex-reassignment of children.
- Discuss ethical considerations raised by recent studies.