Male pseudohermaphroditism, cryptorchism, and Sertoli cell neoplasia in three miniature Schnauzers.

@article{Brown1976MalePC,
  title={Male pseudohermaphroditism, cryptorchism, and Sertoli cell neoplasia in three miniature Schnauzers.},
  author={Talmage T. Brown and J. D. Burek and K Mcentee},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={1976},
  volume={169 8},
  pages={821-5}
}
A syndrome of male pseudohermaphroditism, cryptorchidism, and testicular neoplasia was diagnosed in 3 Miniature Schnauzers. The dogs had clinical signs of hyperestrogenism and were either unilateral or bilateral cryptorchids. At surgery, it was discovered that the dogs were male pseudohermaphrodites, having intra-abdominal testes containing Sertoli cell… CONTINUE READING