Diagnosis & Disease Information

A Left Testicular Mass in a 29-Year-Old Man

A 29-year-old white male patient initially presented with a left solid testicular mass found on self-examination. Per the patient, it is painless and has enlarged over a several month period. He has a remote history of a left undescended testicle and orchiopexy at age 6 years. The patient’s tumor markers (AFP, ß-HCG, LDH) were within…

Figure 1. Scrotal ultrasound demonstrates a 5.5 × 5.5cm right intra-testicular mass with peripheral nodularity.

A 58-Year-Old Man Presenting With a Cystic Neoplasm of the Testis

A 58-year-old white man with a history of hypertension presented for urologic evaluation for obstructive voiding symptoms and an elevated PSA (3.1 ng/dL). On physical examination he was noted to have a palpable right testicular mass. He underwent a scrotal ultrasound that revealed a large (5.5 × 4.0 × 5.5cm) intra-testicular cystic mass with at…

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