Randall Livingstone

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The rarity of testicular and paratesticular cancer makes the evaluation of treatment and results difficult. One childhood tumour which differs from adult testicular cancer is the yolk-sac tumour. Because of its less aggressive nature and the young age at which these children present, radical orchidectomy is adequate surgery. There is little evidence to(More)
Eighteen patients with metastatic non-seminomatous germ-cell tumours (NSGCTs) of the testis were treated with cis-platin combination chemotherapy between 1979 and 1985. Three of the patients received chemotherapy after a staging lymphadenectomy (stage 2 disease) and were free of disease at follow-up. Fifteen patients with stage II disease and adverse(More)
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