[Bilateral testicular epidermoid cyst in a pediatric patient with Klinefelter syndrome].
Servicio de Urología Infantil, Hospital Universitario La Fe. Valencia.Actas urologicas españolas (Impact Factor: 1.02). 11/2003; 27(9):742-4.
Epidermoid cysts of the testis are rare in children (3% of all the testicular tumors). Bilateral appearance has only been described in the pediatric age in 2 cases and none associated to Klinefelter's syndrome. We present, for our knowledge, the first case of bilateral epidermoid testicular cyst associated to klinefelter's syndrome in a boy, highlighting its management and therapeutic approach. We analyze the different kinds of treatment.
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ABSTRACT: Abstract Abstract Abnormalities of the sex chromosomes represent an important group of disorders with impact in testicular pathology. Here we describe in detail the main characteristics of Klinefelter syndrome and its variants, as well as other anomalies involving the X and Y chromosomes.Pediatric and Developmental Pathology 08/2014; DOI:10.2350/14-06-1512-PB.1 · 0.87 Impact Factor
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