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Awareness and Practice of Testicular Self Examination among Male Medical Students of University Of Nigeria Enugu Campus South-East Nigeria

  title={Awareness and Practice of Testicular Self Examination among Male Medical Students of University Of Nigeria Enugu Campus South-East Nigeria},
  author={Justin Agorye Ingwu and Ohaeri Beatrice and Ezeude Anulika Grace-Jane},
The rising increase of testicular cancer (TC) which tends to take aggressive course in developing countries can be detected by testicular self-examination (TSE). Testicular self-examination is a screening technique that involves inspection and palpation of the testes for early detection of TC. There are concerns that medical students are not acquiring the necessary TSE skills. This study examines the awareness and practice of TSE among male medical students of University of Nigeria, Enugu… 

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