Congenital adrenal hyperplasia or CAH refers to an inherited endocrine disorder characterized by over-production of the androgen hormone and insufficient production of the cortisol and aldosterone hormones. It affects both males and females and results is an early or inappropriate appearance of male characteristics.

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