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Volume 8, Pages 95-97
Case Study

A Unique Case of a Malignant Sertoli Cell Tumour with Cutaneous Metastasis

1Harold Hopkins Department of Urology, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, UK
2Department of Urology, Wycombe General Hospital, Buckinghamshire NHS Trust, UK

Received 13 September 2007; Revised 3 December 2007; Accepted 12 December 2007

Academic Editor: Peter E. Clark

Copyright © 2008 C. Blick et al.


Pure Sertoli cell tumours (SCTs) represent less than 1% of testicular neoplasms and malignant forms are rare. We present a unique case of a 69-year-old man who initially underwent inguinal orchidectomy for a malignant SCT. He then subsequently developed a paraumbilical cutaneous lesion which was histologically identical to the primary tumour. SCTs rarely metastasise. This is the first case of SCT with cutaneous metastasis described in the literature.