Fast Five Quiz: Testicular Cancer

Elwyn C. Cabebe, MD


June 15, 2021

Primary testicular tumors are the most common solid malignant tumor in men aged 20-35 years in the United States. For unknown reasons, the incidence of this cancer — principally, testicular seminomas — has increased worldwide during the past century. Testicular germ cell tumors account for the vast majority (95%) of malignant tumors that arise in the testes.

Although testicular cancer is somewhat uncommon and typically has an excellent prognosis, recognition and appropriate management remain essential. Do you know key aspects of presentation to watch for, as well as the latest guidelines and recommendations? Test your knowledge with this short quiz.


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