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Table 1 Details on dogs with palpable testicular masses

From: Anti-Müllerian hormone: a potentially useful biomarker for the diagnosis of canine Sertoli cell tumours

Dog Breed Age (years) Tumour Size/number of tumours AMH (ng/mL) Oestradiol (nmol/L) Comments
1 Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen 7 ICT 0.7 cm 3 6  
2 Mixed breed 11 MIX: SCT and ICT Multiple 86 7  
3 Border Terrier 9 SCT 5 cm >22 24  
4 Norwegian Elkhound 7.7 ICT 1 cm 1.8 13  
5 Medium Poodle 12 ICT 3 cm 5.9 21  
6 Rough Collie 8 SCT Multiple 472 13  
7 German Shepherd 11 MIXa Multiple 1 cm 1246 9  
8 Giant Schnauzer 8.5 SEM NA 14.3 12  
9 Golden Retriever 8.8 ICT NA 1.7 5  
10 Norwich Terrier 9.5 SEM 4 cm 12.3 10  
11 Leonberger 7.5 SEM NA 4.2 16  
12 Golden Retriever 11.3 MIX: ICT and SEM 10 cm 14.2 20  
13 Mixed breed 8 NNP NA 11.9 11 Multifocal lymphocytic epididymitis
14 Flat Coated Retriever 8.2 NNP 2 cm 12.0 7 Pyogranulomatous fibrous epididymitis and periorchitis
15 Jack Russell Terrier 11.8 NNP NA 1.9 8 Hemorrhagic necrosis
16 West Highland White terrier 8 NNP 2 cm 15.6 11 Epididymitis and chronic orhchitis
17 German shepherd 10 ICT Multiple 19.0 49  
18 Miniature Schnauzer 7 SCT 1.5 cm >22 26  
19 Fox terrier 9 SCT 5 cm >22 127 Cryptorchid dog
20 Mixed breed 9.3 ICT 1 cm 12.9 97 One tumour in each testis
  1. aMixed germ cell sex cord tumour from Sertoli cells and germ cells
  2. ICT: Interstitial (Leydig) cell tumour; SCT: Sertoli cell tumour, SEM: Seminoma; MIX: mixed testicular tumours; NNP: Non-neoplastic pathology