TSE

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TSE

abbr.
transmissible spongiform encephalopathy

TSE

abbreviation for
1. (Veterinary Science) transmissible spongiform encephalopathy: any of a group of degenerative brain diseases, including BSE in cattle, that can be transmitted from one individual or species to another
2. (Stock Exchange) Toronto Stock Exchange

TSE

transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
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Pilot study of testicular cancer awareness and testicular self-examination in men attending two South London general practices.
Physical awareness a key to improving adolescent male health: A grounded theory study of the perception of testicular self-examination in male student athletes.
Starting from July, PASYKAF said it would launch an extensive awareness campaign which includes distribution of information materials such as brochures, testicular self-examination cards, posters, TV spots, radio spots, and lectures in schools and army camps.
A referral to pediatric urology was made, and the importance of annual well-adolescent visits and monthly testicular self-examination was discussed with JD.
(2003).Teaching testicular self-examination: Education and practices in pediatric residents.
The authors' much poorer figures reflect the problems experienced in their environment, including later presentation, high-stage disease at presentation, absence of radiotherapy facilities, high cost of drugs, and minimal patient awareness of testicular self-examination.
In this study, we evaluated the level of testicular cancer awareness and testicular self-examination behavior in adolescents.
Promoting awareness and practice of testicular self-examination. Nursing Standard, 2005; 19(51): 41-9.
Keywords: testicular cancer, testicular self-examination, masculinity, men's health
Men At Work packs, containing two free condoms, information on sexual health services and tips on testicular self-examination were handed out to construction workers.
"We recommend testicular self-examination as an inexpensive way for early detection of malignancy."
The study put questions about testicular self-examination to 17,000 university students in 21 European countries in 1990 and then again to almost 19,000 students 10 years later.