Clinically occult Leydig cell tumor presenting with gynecomastia.
Journal Article (Journal Article)
An occult Leydig cell tumor is described in a patient who presented with gynecomastia. Diagnosis was established by means of testicular ultrasonography and selective testicular venous sampling. The pathophysiology and management of this rare disease entity are discussed.
- Haas, GP; Pittaluga, S; Gomella, L; Travis, WD; Sherins, RJ; Doppman, JL; Linehan, WM; Robertson, C
- November 1989
Volume / Issue
- 142 / 5
Start / End Page
- 1325 - 1327
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
- United States