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The human testis is composed of seminiferous tubules and interstitium. Within the interstitium, residing Leydig cells can occasionally bear Reinke´s crystals. The aim of the current study was to investigate Reinke´s crystals in perivascular and peritubular Leydig cells in control and infertile (cryptorchid) testes. For that purpose, bright field, confocal and transmission electron microscopy were applied. The crystal lattice was investigated by Fast Fourier Transformation and the number ofdoi:10.5562/cca1814 fatcat:seeenxjilfb53gl33gtrjwhnwe