Leydig cell tumor of the spermatic cord in an adolescent affected by congenital adrenal hyperplasia
International Journal of Urology, 06/14/2012
Ferrari M et al. – An 18–year–old congenital adrenal hyperplasia patient presented with a palpable and asymptomatic right extratesticular mass. Color Doppler sonography confirmed the presence of a capsulated and vascularised lesion. Sieric tumor markers were negative. The patient underwent surgical scrotal exploration through an inguinal right incision. The mass, 18 mm in size and located within the spermatic cord, was removed and final pathology diagnosed a benign Leydig cell tumor.