testicular cancer

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Noun1.testicular cancer - malignant tumor of the testis; usually occurring in older men
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The resultant monograph (1) was published in January 2016 and incorporated several substantive changes to the classification of testicular neoplasms, especially the germ cell tumors.
Rarely, differential diagnosis from cystic testicular neoplasms, such as cystic teratomas may be needed when testicular cyst shows features of complexity on US.
Testicular neoplasms of the horse are rarely reported, probably because most horses are castrated at an early age.
Leydig cell tumors (LCTs) are comparably rare amongst urological tumor entities accounting for approximately 3% of testicular neoplasms [6].
Keywords: Adult, male, seminoma, testicular neoplasms, sodium iodide symporter expression
[3,4,5,6,7] Testicular tuberculosis usually affects ages from 30-50 years, but it creates a diagnostic impasse when it presents as a painless, diffuse testicular swelling in absence of fever, burning urination or infertility and clinical examination revealing non-tender indurated testis thus mimicking a testicular neoplasm. [5,6,7,8] Testicular neoplasms are hypoechoic on Ultrasonogram and show hypointense enhancement on T1W MRI images.
(4) In contrast, other testicular neoplasms in the prepubertal population present later in life.
Calretinin is considered a specific and reliable marker for differentiation of sex cord-stromal tumors in humans, but its expression is demonstrated in all types of canine testicular neoplasms, including germ cells tumor (seminoma) and sex cord-stromal tumors (Sertoli cell and Leydig cell tumors).
KEY WORDS: Embryonal carcinoma, testicular neoplasms, orchidectomy