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A 22-year-old man comes to the physician because of ...


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submitted by aesalmon(34),

Leydig cell hyperplasia, should also see fibrosis and hylinazation of the tubules but i'm not seeing it... ¯_(ツ)_/¯

meningitis  I think its there.. I thought it was the lighter red/pink material (hyaline material) And I thought the white streaks were the fibrosis like "streaked ovaries"in Turners. +  

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submitted by bubbles(29),

Has anybody found a good explanation for this histology? I genuinely have no idea what I'm looking at.

meningitis  This is common in Klinefelter.. think of the equivalent of Streaked ovaries seen in Turners. White streaks, red/pink material of hyaline, and hyperplasia of Leydig cells. Just remember: It doesn't look like normal structured testicle histology (No organized seminiferous tubules with Sertoli cells around) +4  
niboonsh these pictures are kinda similar +1