Based on these findings, we decided to perform a radical inguinal orchiectomy.
During surgery, we found it impossible to dissect the mass from atrophic testis thus we preferred to perform a radical inguinal orchiectomy.
6 office visits resulting in radical inguinal orchiectomy
for benign pathology ($7,686)
Radical inguinal orchiectomy
is the standard surgical approach for yolk sac tumors.
Given the concerning scrotal ultrasound and lack of suggestive evidence of infection, the patient agreed to undergo a left radical inguinal orchiectomy for suspected malignancy.
As with primary testicular masses, radical inguinal orchiectomy is the preferred surgical treatment.
A left radical inguinal orchiectomy
was performed, and pathologic examination revealed a pure seminoma.
6] Management includes radical inguinal orchiectomy
with close surveillance, including chest radiographs and abdominopelvic ultrasonography of the retroperitoneum.
For testicular seminoma, radiotherapy is typically applied in the following clinical situations: (1) In Stage I, radiotherapy is applied as an adjuvant treatment following a radical inguinal orchiectomy to minimize a relapse in the retroperitoneum and/or ipsilateral pelvis; and (2) In Stage IIA and IIB where regional lymph nodal metastasis is less than 5 cm, radiotherapy is given as a definitive therapeutic intervention.
On January 25, 2005, he underwent a left radical inguinal orchiectomy.