Male Feminising Syndrome

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Clinical signs mimic sertoli cell tumour with similar skin changes. In this case both testes will be normal in appearance and texture. Gynaecomastia is a constant finding, in contrast to sertoli cell tumour where less than 40% may show feminisation.


  • Castration.
  • Anti-seborrhoeic shampoo.
  • Methyltestosterone.