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testicular Tumor

Description of the disease

A testicular tumor is a new formation that can be either malignant (cancerous) or benign. It can occur at any age, but is most commonly diagnosed in men aged 15-40.


  • Malignant tumors: seminoma, neuroendocrine tumors, embryonal tumors, etc.
  • Benign tumors: teratoma, leiomyoma, and others.


Most often, a testicular tumor manifests as enlargement of the testicle, pain, redness, and swelling of the spermatic cord. In the case of a malignant tumor, there may be signs of intoxication, back pain, and others.


The causes of testicular tumor can vary, from genetic predispositions to exposure to harmful factors such as radiation, chemicals, and others.


Diagnosis of a testicular tumor includes ultrasound, CT scan, MRI, biopsy, and analysis of specific tumor markers in the blood.


Treatment of a testicular tumor may include surgical removal of the tumor, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or their combination.


Prevention of a testicular tumor involves regular self-examination of the testicles, timely consultation with a doctor, and avoidance of harmful factors.


A doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of testicular tumors is called a urologist-oncologist.