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  1. Testicular cancer is cancer that starts in the testicles. The testicles are the male reproductive glands located in ... The exact cause of testicular cancer is poorly understood. Factors that may ... cancer are: Abnormal testicle development Exposure to ...
  2. ... testicular self-exam is done to check for testicular cancer . Testicles have blood vessels and other structures that ... of the following risk factors: Family history of testicular cancer Past testicular tumor Undescended testicle However, if a ...
  3. ... normally in adolescent boys who do not have testicular cancer Heaviness in the scrotum Lump or swelling in ... as much as treatments for other, more common testicular cancers.
  4. ... be a sign of cancer. Most cases of testicular cancer occur in men ages 15 to 40. It ... or trauma. Mumps . Orchitis (testicular infection). Testicular torsion . Testicular cancer. Varicocele . Possible causes if the scrotal mass is ...
  5. ... help stage cervical, uterine, bladder, rectal, prostate, and testicular cancers. ... due to: Bladder cancer Colorectal cancer Prostate cancer Testicular cancer Abnormal results in both males and females may ...
  6. ... Preventive Services Task Force website. Final recommendation statement. Testicular cancer: screening. www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/recommendation/testicular-cancer- ...
  7. ... 19, 2020. US Preventive Services Task Force website. Testicular cancer: screening. www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/recommendation/testicular-cancer- ...
  8. ... You will need further testing to rule out testicular cancer if the testicle does not completely return to ... or no pain may be a sign of testicular cancer. If this is the case, you should have ...
  9. ... Men with undescended testes have higher rates of testicular cancer than those with normal testicle development, even if ... side. There is also a higher risk for testicular cancer in the other testicle that descended normally. Bringing ...
  10. ... cause scrotal masses can be easily treated. Even testicular cancer has a high cure rate if found and ... your provider to determine if it may be testicular cancer.
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