All publications of “Miguel Srougi”

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A rare case of perineal hamartoma associated with cryptorchidism and imperforate anus: case report

Kleiton Gabriel Ribeiro Yamaçake, Amilcar Martins Giron, Uenis Tannuri, Miguel Srougi

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082014RC2746

A full-term male neonate with anorectal anomaly and external perineal anomalies was referred to our service. Physical examination showed an epithelized perineal mass with cutaneous orifices, which had urine fistulization, hipotrofic perineal musculature, bilateral congenital clubfoot, hipospadic urethra, criptorquidy bilateral with nonpalpable testis and imperforate anus. A colostomy was constructed immediately after birth. The child underwent excision of perineal mass, bilateral orchidopexy, Duplay neourethroplasty and coloanal anastomosis at 3 months of age. The histopathological examination of the perineal mass revealed […]

Recurrence of acute myeloid leukemia in cryptorchid testis: case report

Luccas Santos Patto de Góes, Roberto Iglesias Lopes, Octavio Henrique Arcos Campos, Luiz Carlos Neves de Oliveira, Alexandre Crippa Sant’Anna, Marcos Francisco Dall’Oglio, [...]

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082014RC2689

A 23-year-old male with a history of bone marrow transplant for acute myeloid leukemia. He presented a large mass in the right inguinal region 5 years ago. Upon physical examination, right-sided cryptorchidism was observed. The tumor markers alpha-fetoprotein and beta-HCG were within normalcy range and lactate dehydrogenase was raised. Computed tomography of the abdomen and pelvis revealed right testicular mass in contiguity with the inguinal canal to the ipsilateral retroperitoneum, associated with right hydronephrosis. Due to the risk of germ-cell […]

Splenogonadal fusion and testicular cancer: case report and review of the literature

Roberto Iglesias Lopes, Mabel Tatty de Medeiros, Marco Antônio Arap, Marcello Cocuzza, Miguel Srougi, Jorge Hallak

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082012000100019

A 36 year-old man after tests for assessing male infertility was diagnosed with primary infertility, bilateral cryptorchidism, non-obstructive azoospermia and discontinuous splenogonadal fusion. Carcinoma in situ was found in his left testicle, which was intra-abdominal and associated with splenogonadal fusion. To our knowledge, this is the fourth case of splenogonadal fusion associated with testicular cancer reported. One should always bear in mind the possibility of this association for the left cryptorchid testicle.