Testicular cancer: current views. Dr. M. Mangala MD (Kin); FRCS (Ireland); MMed (Wits); FCS (SA) Urology 38 th BMA CONGRESS. Background. 1% and 1.5% male neoplasms 5% all urological tumors Prevalence 2-3/100000 In the 15-34 y.o 62/100000 5% cases bilateral
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Dr. M. Mangala
MD (Kin); FRCS (Ireland); MMed (Wits); FCS (SA) Urology
38th BMA CONGRESS
The tumour should be less than 30% of the testicular volume.
without vascular/lymphatic invasion
_ pT2: same with invasion