Cancer

Testicular Cancer


Testicular cancer is the growth of malignant cells in the testes (testicles), which can cause enlarged testicles or cause a lump in the scrotum (the scrotum). Most cases of testicular cancer occur at ages under 40 years. The cause is not definitely known.

Symptom
Testicular cancer is shown by the enlarged testicle, lumps on the penis, the patient complained of pain in the testicles.

Treatment
Treatment depends on the type, stage and severity of the disease. Once cancer is found, the first step is to determine the type of cancer cells.
The next stage is determined:

Stage I: The cancer has not spread beyond the testicle
Stage II: cancer spread to lymph nodes in the abdomen
Stage III: cancer has spread beyond the lymph nodes, up to the liver or lungs.

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