- Tumors of the Testes
Risk factors include cryptochidism, genetic factors, and testicular dysgenesis. Symptoms; a painless lump in the testicle, heaviness in the scrotum, ache in the lower abdomen or groin, tenderness in the breast area due to high levels of a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), backache, due to enlargement of lymph nodes in more advanced testicular cancer. Treatment; radiotherapy, chemotherapy, radical inguinal orchiectomy.
Testicular Sex Cord_Gonadal Stroma Tumors
Mostly benign tumors. symptoms; testicular swelling, precocious puberty in children and gynecomastia in adults. Treatment; chemotherapy, radiotherapy, radical inguinal orchiectomy.