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How is testicular cancer detected and treated?

whats your charge for a visit how do you know when you are suffering from testicular cancer
Asked On : Sat, 11 Feb 2012
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Depending on age there there are many types of testicular cancers. Almost all of these have a common symptom in the form of painless testicular enlargement. Some tumours also manifest with virilization/ feminising symptoms. Apart from these, there can be other symptoms e.g weigth loss or lymph nodal enlargement (in case of a systemic lymphoma involving testis). In any case the best approach is by HRUS followed by biopsy procedures if clinically indicated.
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