Genital System pp 234-236 | Cite as

Adenomatous Hyperplasia, Rete Testis, Rat

  • Akihiko Maekawa
  • Yuze Hayashi
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)


The lesion is often not recognized macroscopically due to its small size. In addition, it can be obscured by the presence of a testicular interstitial cell tumor.


Seminiferous Tubule Rete Testis Cuboidal Epithelial Cell Male Genital System Adenomatous Hyperplasia 
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  • Akihiko Maekawa
  • Yuze Hayashi

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