Leydig tumor is relatively a rare testicular tumor but the most common non‑germ cell gonadal tumor. It constitutes about 1‑3% of all testicular tumors. Clinically, it is usually presented as a testicular mass or with endocrine symptoms, which include gynecomastia, increased sex hormone levels, and other correlated symptoms. Here, we report a case of Leydig cell tumor with azoospermia in a 34‑year‑old patient.
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