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Case of the Week

2021-28/July 12

Contributors:  Radiana Trifonova, Andrea Lightle

3-day-old male born at 40 weeks via vaginal delivery with a testicular mass on ultrasoundThe plasma level of beta-HCG is 9.4 mIU/mL, AFP is 100,377 ng/mL (ref 13,688-83,124 ng/mL) and LDH is 405 IU/L (ref 90-225 IU/L).

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1.  What is the correct diagnosis?

a. Sertoli cell tumor

b. Granulosa cell tumor, adult type

c. Juvenile granulosa cell tumor

d. Yolk sac tumor

e. Seminoma

f. Teratoma

2. Which of the following clinical features is not associated with this neoplasm?

a. Undescended testes

b. Gonadal dysgenesis

c.  Denys-Drash syndrome

d. Gynecomastia

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