Persistent Mullerian duct syndrome is the result of either anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) deficiency or AMH receptor resistance. A long tubular structure was palpated during the physical examination of a 13-month-old male patient who had presented with bilateral undescended testes. At physical examination, the testes were not palpable. The patient's karyotype was XY, SRY (+), and his AMH level was 22 ng/mol. Structures suggestive of ovaries, a uterus, and fallopian tubes were observed during the laparoscopic examination of the ectopic testis. AMHR2 gene sequence analysis performed with a preliminary diagnosis of AMH receptor resistance revealed a previously unreported homozygous c.24G > A (p. W8X) mutation. The patient was assessed as a case of AMH receptor resistance. Orchiopexy was performed.