Does testicular mass always require orchiectomy?

Abstract

Surgical exploration of a testicular mass should follow the basic principles of cancer surgery, including an inguinal approach, occlusion of the spermatic vessels, opening of the tunica vaginalis, and careful exploration of the testicle, epididymis, paratesticular structures, and spermatic cord. In a very few patients, when intratesticular lesion is small… (More)

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