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Chondrocarcinoma of the testicle

Arnold Caddy

Chondrocarcinoma of the testicle

by Arnold Caddy

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Testis -- Cancer.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIndian Medical Gazette.
    Statementby Arnold Caddy.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18706586M

      Testicular cancer occurs in the testicles, two egg-shaped glands located beneath the penis. Signs of testicular cancer include a lump in the testicle, a change in how the testicle feels, aching in the lower abdomen of the groin, swelling of the scrotum, and pain in the scrotum. Chat about symptoms. How it works. Enlarged veins in your scrotum. A varicocele is a group of enlarged veins that often looks or feels like a bag of worms. 2. One testicle is larger than the other. Typically, the smaller testicle will be on the side of your scrotum that has the varicocele. And most often – 85% of the time – varicoceles develop on the left side of the scrotum.

    Diagnosis of testicular atrophy is an important factor in health, whether it is an adult or a child, regardless of age. For boys, this preventive measure is relevant in that it allows you to detect a non-descending testicle, or other congenital anomalies. A non-descending testicle may be susceptible to the development of a cancer disease in it. A key feature of testicular cancer is a mass, or nodule, in the testicle. The lump is firm to the touch, but pressing on it does not produce any pain. Not all scrotal masses are cancerous: in fact, benign disorders are much more common. For example, in inguinal hernia can produce a soft swelling in the scrotum, but the testicle itself is normal.

    Testicular cancer, disease characterized by uncontrolled growth of cells within the testis, the reproductive organ that produces ular cancer represents only 1 percent of all cancers in males, but it is the most common malignancy for men between ages 15 and In the United States, more than 8, new cases are diagnosed each year. But testicular cancer is the most common cancer in American males between the ages of 15 and Testicular cancer is highly treatable, even when cancer has spread beyond the testicle. Depending on the type and stage of testicular cancer, you may receive one of several treatments, or a combination.


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Chondrocarcinoma of the Testicle. Article (PDF Available) in Annals of Surgery 30(2) September with 25 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 1. V. Chondrocarcinoma of the Testicle. (PMID) Abstract Citations; Related Articles; Data; BioEntities; External Links Chondrocarcinoma of the testicle book ' Caddy A Annals of Surgery [01 Aug30(2)] Type: Journal Article DOI: / Abstract.

No abstract provided. Read Article at publisher's site Cited by: 1. Testicular cancer is cancer of the testicle, or testis. It is the most common form of cancer in young men aged years. It is generally aggressive, but treatable when identified early; More than 90% of testicular cancers arise from abnormalities in the germ cells.

Germ cells are one of the two types of cells in the body. Testicular rupture A rare type of testicular trauma, called testicular rupture, occurs when the testicle receives a direct impact or is squeezed against the hard surface of the pelvis. This injury can cause blood to leak into the scrotum.

In severe cases, surgery to repair the rupture and save the testicle may be necessary. Cancer In general, pure tumors have a worse prognosis than other testicular germ cell neoplasms If there is a greater amount of choriocarcinoma admixed with the tumor, it has an adverse effect on survival.

Metastasis: Tumor tends to metastasize widely Lungs % Liver 86% GI tract 71% Adrenal gland, spleen, brain 56%. DISCUSSION. Neuroendocrine tumor commonly arises from intestinal and respiratory epithelium. Neuroendocrine tumor of the testis is a rare tumor and accounts for less than 1% of all testicular neoplasms.[] More than 60 cases have been reported to date.[2,3] The first case reported in Saudi Arabia and Middle East was in []The reported cases ranged from 10 to 83 years of age.

Polyorchidism is a very rare condition. Men with this condition are born with more than two testes, also known as testicles or are only about known reported cases.

In the vast. Choriocarcinoma is a very rare and aggressive type of testicular cancer that occurs mostly in adults. These cancers are likely to spread rapidly to distant organs of the body, including the lungs, bone and brain.

Click to learn more about Choriocarcinoma. Testicular microlithiasis (tes-TIK-yoo-lur my-kroh-lih-THIE-uh-sis) is an uncommon condition — diagnosed during a testicular ultrasound — in which small clusters of calcium form in the testicles.

A number of studies show a relationship between testicular microlithiasis and testicular. Testicle enlargement results from swelling of the soft tissues, a lump, or a cyst within the testicle. Injury leading to swelling is a common cause of an enlarged testicle.

Depending on the cause, enlargement may occur in one or both testicles, and it may be accompanied by pain, swelling or fever. Infections of the epididymis or testes can.

Testicular choriocarcinoma is one of the histologic types of nonseminomatous germ cell tumors (NSGCTs), which along with testicular seminoma constitute the two major histologic groups of testicular cancers.

Pure choriocarcinoma of the testis is the exception to most of the rules established for testicular seminoma and all other forms of NSGCTs. Arnold Caddy has written: 'Chondrocarcinoma of the testicle' -- subject(s): Testis, Cancer 'Observations on a case of malignant goitre, treated by excision' -- subject(s): Surgery, Case studies.

- 1% of germ cell tumors are pure choriocarcinoma but mixed tumors are more common (8%) May present initially with metastases (liver, lung, mediastinum, retroperitoneum) with normal testis or small tumor but with increased serum hCG. in the abdomen. In other cases, the testicles start to descend but stay in the groin area.

Most of the time, undescended testicles continue moving down into the scrotum during the child’s first year of life. If the testicle hasn't descended by the time a child is a year old, it probably isn’t going to do it on its own.

Most conditions of the scrotum and testicles can cause swelling, including varicocele, testicular torsion, orchitis, epididymitis and hydrocele, to name a few. If you notice any swelling of your testicles or scrotum, contact your doctor to make an appointment.

Other scrotal conditions. There are many conditions that can affect the scrotum. Testicular cancer is usually found as a result of symptoms that a person is having. It can also be found when tests are done for another condition.

The next step is an exam by a doctor. The doctor will feel the testicles for swelling or tenderness and for the size and location. Testicle or testis (plural testes) is the male reproductive gland or gonad in all animals, including humans.

It is homologous to the female functions of the testes are to produce both sperm and androgens, primarily terone release is controlled by the anterior pituitary luteinizing hormone; whereas sperm production is controlled both by the anterior pituitary.

Testicular choriocarcinoma is a type of non-seminomatous germ cell tumor. Epidemiology Incidence peaks at around years of age. Clinical presentation Can be variable with some patients initially presenting with metastates. Pathology I. It is estimated that 8, to 10, men will develop testis cancer each year.

The chance of developing testis cancer is about one in Fortunately, the cure rate is excellent (greater than 95 percent for all men with testis cancer). Only about men will die from testis cancer each year (the.

TESTICULAR cancer is one of the less common cancers, and while it’s one of the most treatable types, it’s important to know the early signs. From a cup in one of the testicles to a .About 3% of boys have one or both testicles that fail to make it into the scrotum.

Testicles can settle in the abdomen or in the inguinal canal or groin (where the testicle exits the body wall and enters the scrotum). Most of the time, an undescended testicle will move down and settle into the scrotum within the first year of life.Testicular carcinoma refers to cancer that occurs in the male reproductive gonads or testicles (or testes) located in the scrotum.

Testicles perform the function of producing and storing sperm and is the source of the male reproductive hormone, testosterone. There are different types of cells in the testes and the type of cancer depends on the kind of cells that become cancerous.