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Case Report

Synchronous Leydig Cell Tumor and Seminoma in the Ipsilateral Testis

Table 1

Clinical summary of reported cases of synchronous Leydig cell tumor and seminoma in an ipsilateral testis.

CaseAge (years)Associated clinical featuresMass size, seminoma/LCTAssociated GCNBenign/malignant LCTTreatmentOutcome
Months (M)

1 [3]34None3.2 cm/1.5 cmSeminomaBenignSurgery, XRTNA
2 [4]39Cryptorchidism and reduced libidoTotal size, 1 cmSeminomaBenignSurgeryNA
3 [5]34None3.2 cm/1.2 cmSeminomaBenignSurgery, XRT16 years
4 [6]24None3.5 cm/1 cmSeminoma, EC, and CABenignSurgeryNA
5 (present case)38None6 cm/1 cmSeminomaBenignSurgery10 years

LCT, Leydig cell tumor; GCN, germ cell neoplasm; EC, embryonic carcinoma; CA, choriocarcinoma; XRT, radiotherapy; NA, not available.

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