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Metastatic Tumors in Testis : Treatment

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Treatment: A patient with testicular metastases may undergo radical orchiectomy for palliative pain control. Adjuvant therapy is based on the primary tumor. The prognosis is usually poor.

The image shows metastatic prostatic adenocarcinoma in the testis. An atrophic seminiferous tubules is seen in the center.

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