Metastatic testicular cancer

Metastatic testicular cancer

Testicular cancer that has spread to other parts of the body.
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In the early 1970s, prior to the development of cisplatin-based chemotherapy, patients with metastatic testicular cancer had only a 5% chance of survival (Einhorn, 2002).
Pharmacotherapy of relapsed metastatic testicular cancer.
These findings, along with the age of the patient, prompted the radiologist to suspect metastatic testicular cancer.
Metastatic testicular cancer to the lungs, liver, and retroperitoneum occurs in advanced disease and has a poor prognosis.
Our patient came from an endemic area where levels of arsenic are high in drinking water and had features of arsenical keratosis for past fifteen years along with metastatic testicular cancer at the time of presentation.
The cycling legend's battle against the dreaded disease started way back in 1996 when Armstrong, then an upcoming US rider, was diagnosed with late-stage metastatic testicular cancer that had spread to his abdomen, his lungs and his brain.
1% among 190 patients with metastatic testicular cancer who were treated by platinum-based combination chemotherapy and achieved complete remission.
Gynecomostia after cytotoxic therapy for metastatic testicular cancer.
It is obvious that the likelihood of achieving complete response decreases as the stage of metastatic testicular cancer increases and that the risk of adverse events increases with the dose intensity.
Orchiectomy after chemotherapy in patients with metastatic testicular cancer.
Prediction models for the histology of residual masses after chemotherapy for metastatic testicular cancer.