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Journal of Cancer & Metastasis Research

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A extremely unusual testicular tumour case report

Author(s): Jacob Hilary*

Myoid testicular tumour is an uncommon neoplasm that develops from smooth muscle cells in the tunica albuginea. It is normally painless and appears as a testicular lump. Histopathological testing confirms the diagnosis. The preferred treatment is radical orchiectomy. Recurrence is uncommon, and long-term monitoring is advised. Based on current literature, we examine the clinical appearance, diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis of myoid tumour of the testis in this abstract.

A myoid tumor of the testis, also known as a testicular leiomyoma or leiomyosarcoma, is a rare kind of tumour that arises in the testicular smooth muscle cells. These tumours are usually benign, which means they do not migrate to other regions of the body, but in some circumstances they can be malignant, which means they can metastasis and infect surrounding tissues.

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