Synchronized Bilteral Testicular Plasmocitoma Contribution of a Case and Literature Review

  title={Synchronized Bilteral Testicular Plasmocitoma Contribution of a Case and Literature Review},
  author={A. Monroy-G{\'a}lvez},
  • A. Monroy-Gálvez
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Testicular plasmacytoma accounts for less than 2% of all plasma cell neoplasms; this is usually an autopsy finding, although it may sometimes be a manifestation of multiple myeloma and more rarely is its unique location. Only 3 cases of synchronous bilateral testicular involvement by plasmacytoma have been published in the literature. The prognosis of testicular plasmacytoma depends largely on whether or not it associates with multiple myeloma. In the latter case, the majority of patients… CONTINUE READING

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