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ea0021p64 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2009

A man with short stature and absent testis

Singh Prashant , Pickett Pat , Rooproy Adwin , Moulik Probal , Macleod Andrew

A 63-year-old phenotypic male presented with absent testis and enlarged adrenal glands. He had attended the urology clinic for persistent microscopic haematuria. He was found to have an empty scrotum and hypospadias. The patient recalled having genital surgery in childhood but could not recall any endocrine assessment. He was taller than his peers in early childhood but stopped growing after age 13 years. He described himself as ‘potent’. He was unmarried and did not...