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Incidence of testis cancer

C.T. Scan of abdomen showing enlarged lymph nodes (arrowed) at back of the abdomen, due to spread of testis cancer.
C.T. Scan of abdomen showing enlarged lymph nodes (arrowed) at back of the abdomen, due to spread of testis cancer.

Although a rare cause of cancer (1% of the total cancer cases in UK), testicular cancer is important because it is a disease of young men and is the commonest malignancy in this age group (most common age of presentation being 25-35 years) affecting one in six hundred men. The disease is also important because it is nowadays so curable in the vast majority of cases.


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