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Further photographs of intersex subjects followed over the next several decades, although there is no evidence that the photographers knew of Nadar's work.
the son of a publisher, had previously had medical training in Lyon and at Hôtel-Dieu.
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In 1860, French photographer Nadar (real name Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) took a series of photographs, entitled Hermaphrodite, of a young intersex person, who had a male build and stature and who may have been female assigned, or self-identified as female.
These photographs were never published in mainstream media.
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This ambiguous genitalia is often cause for further testing on DNA to determine whether the child is a boy or a girl.
It is currently estimated that about one in every 2,000 babies born have “confusing” or ambiguous genitalia.
In April 1870 a Monsieur Delacroix presented photographs of an intersex individual at the Société Médicale de Reims.
In 1930 German physician Magnus Hirschfeld published a portrait of himself with an intersex individual in his five-volume Geschlechtskunde (Sexology), while Louis Ombrédanne published 25 images of cases he had handled in his 1939 book Les hermaphrodites et la chirurgie (Hermaphrodites and Surgery).
Although developed several decades earlier, photography was rarely used for medical documentation until the 1850s.