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There is a testis with seminiferous tubules lined mostly by Sertoli cells, and some of the lumina are calcified. A tumor is present in the tubules and consists of two elements: seminoma-like germ cells and Sertoli-granulosa cells arranged around pink, round masses resembling Call-Exner bodies. This combination of stromal and germ cell tumor constitutes gonadoblastoma. There is also marked Leydig cell proliferation.

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