Tumors of the testis in intersex syndromes

H S Levin
Urologic Clinics of North America 2000, 27 (3): 543-51, x
Patients with intersex syndrome are rare in the general population. In these patients, cryptorchid gonads that have an Y chromosome or Y chromosomal material are at risk for development of germinal and non-germinal neoplasm and non-neoplastic masses. Diagnosis of individual patients should be accurate for optimal care and risk assessment.

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