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Sex hormones secondary players in Susac's syndrome

      Highlights

      • First case of Susac´s Syndrome described in a female-male transgender.
      • Sex imbalance cannot be explained only by the influence of sex hormones.
      • Genetic configurations may explain the sex imbalance in autoimmune diseases.

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