Corpus ID: 70807855

Pathology of the testis

  title={Pathology of the testis},
  author={R. Pugh},
Asbestos exposure and malignant mesothelioma of the tunica vaginalis testis: a systematic review and the experience of the Apulia (southern Italy) mesothelioma register
The true incidence of asbestos exposure in MMTVT is underestimated because of insufficient information reported in older literature, and it should be recommended that a positive history of exposure to asbestos or to asbestos–containing materials are at risk for the development of aMMTVT and should be monitored. Expand
Disorders of the Reproductive Tract
Germ Cell Tumors: Classifications, Definitions, and Terminology
Advances in experimental pathology of teratomas and human embryonic stem cells have improved the understanding of the histogenesis and cellular/molecular biology of germ cell tumors in general, but the terminology still shows some discordances which remain to be reconciled and unified into a universally acceptable nomenclature. Expand
Testicular germ cell tumours
The consensus on how to treat testicular germ cell tumours is summarised, a few controversies and improvements in the understanding of late effects of treatment and quality of life for survivors are focused on. Expand
Tumors of the Testis
The discovery of a precursor lesion, originally called “carcinoma in situ of the testis,” supported the theoretical background of this classification, and a comprehensive, histogenetically based classification was available. Expand
Neonatal estrogen treatment with β-estradiol 17-cypionate induces in post-pubertal mice inflammation in the ductuli efferentes, epididymis, and vas deferens, but not in the testis, provoking obstructive azoospermia
Results indicate that in post-pubertal mice, NET with β-estradiol 17-cypionate induces inflammation in the ductuli efferentes, epididymis, and vas deferens, but not in the testis, provoking obstructive azoospermia. Expand
Testicular germ cell tumors and related research from a historical point of view.
An overview of the key events and personalities that have contributed to the current understanding of germ cell tumors in general, and those of the testis in particular are touched upon. Expand
Bilateral synchronous spermatocytic seminoma: a rare case report from rural India and literature review
This is the first case report from entire Asian continent except for Japan of bilateral synchronous Spermatocytic Seminoma, which is an unusual germ cell tumour known to arise from testis only. Expand