A CASE OF METASTATIC TESTICULAR TUMOR FROM CANCER OF TRANSVERSE COLON Ryota Watanabe 1 , Makoto Morozumi 1 , Makoto Fujime 2 Keyword: 転移性精巣腫瘍 , 横行結腸癌 pp.335-337
Published Date 1996/4/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413901803
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A 25-year-old male patient was admitted with the chief complaint of painless tumor in the right testis. He had a history of hemicolectomy for transverse colon cancer 18 months ago. As the tumor was suspected of neoplastic lesion, right radical inguinal orchiectomy was carried out. Histological examination showed metastatic adenocar-cinoma of transverse colon cancer. Ten-cases of metas-tatic tumors from colon and rectum cancer to the intra-scrotal contents in the literature are reviewed and dis-cussed.

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