celltumors. … Leydigcelltumor is a rare neoplasm arising from the Leydig cells of the testicular interstitium that produce testosterone. … Leydigcelltumors belong to the group of sex cord-stromal tumors of the testes and constitute only 1-3% of all testicular neoplasms, making them a rare occurrence in clinical
Gynecomastia Etiology Endocrinopathy Orchitis, hypogonadism–androgen deficiency, androgen resistance, tumors/hyperplasia of adrenal gland, testes, eg Leydigcelltumor– hCG … Testicular tumors such as Leydigcelltumors or Sertoli cell tumors (such as in Peutz-Jeghers syndrome) or hCG-secreting choriocarcinoma may result in gynecomastia. … celltumors, although often benign, are prone to cause gynecomastia because they secrete estradiol.
Key words Androgen insensitivity - Leydigcelltumor … Further Information Publication History Publication Date: 15 July 2009 (online) Abstract We present the rare coincidence of a Leydigcelltumor in both testicles of a patient
The Leydig-like proliferation was interpreted as a Leydigcelltumor, likely benign, staged as pT1. … The pathologic diagnosis was “oncocytic proliferation, Leydigcelltumor versus testicular tumor of the adrenogenital syndrome,” that is, metachronous bilateral LCT versus … […] cristae, lipid droplets and lipofuscin granules in the polygonal cells No Reinke crystals Differential diagnosis Leydigcelltumor Less commonly bilateral (3% compared to
Cervical sarcoma botryoides and ovarian Sertoli–Leydigcelltumor. … The Sertoli–Leydigcelltumor was immunoreactive for vimentin, inhibin and WT-1 (Case 4). … At last contact, this patient had developed a pelvic recurrence of the Sertoli–Leydigcelltumor.
Stromal tumors include: Leydigcelltumors Sertoli cell tumors … LeydigCellTumors: Leydigcelltumors develop from Leydig cells. … There are two types of stromal tumors: Leydigcelltumors and sertoli cell tumors.
celltumor. … But immunohistochemistry was negative for alpha-fetoprotein and positive for inhibin and calretinin which is diagnostic for sertoli-leydigcelltumors [6,7]. … The more common combinations of ovarian tumours encountered are with mucinous cystadenoma in which a combination of Brenner tumor, mature cystic teratoma, Sertoli-Leydigcell