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Keywords: Gynecomastia
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Urol Int (2011) 87 (2): 248–250.
Published Online: 28 May 2011
...N. Kolitsas; S. Tsambalas; F. Dimitriadis; D. Baltogiannis; E. Vlachopoulou; S. Vappa; D. Giannakis; P. Tsounapi; A. Takenaka; N. Sofikitis Introduction: Gynecomastia is a common clinical sign in several diseases. In this report we present a case of gynecomastia with underlying testicular tumor...
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Urol Int (1974) 29 (4): 312–326.
Published Online: 27 January 2010
... consequences, although not thoroughly evaluated, do not seem significant. (3) Testicular and epididymal involvement, universal in lepromatous leprosy, is of diagnostic and therapeutic importance, particularly in association with lepromatous gynecomastia, a clinical model of ‘acquired Klinefelter’s syndrome...
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Urol Int (2003) 70 (3): 253–254.
Published Online: 03 April 2003
... first on the left and then 2 weeks later on the right side painful gynecomastia developed. His hormonal values are all normal with no evidence of recurrence of the cancer. Gynecomastia on both sides resolved in 8 months spontaneously without any treatment. He is still in clinical remission 14 months...