Surgical Treatment for Early Germ Cell Tumors
Germ cell cancer of the testis occurs in young men and is currently one of the most curable solid tumors in humans. The successful treatment of this disease requires a multidisciplinary approach, with close co-operation between the urologist, radiation oncologist, and medical oncologist.
KeywordsGerm Cell Tumor Testicular Cancer Inferior Mesenteric Artery Left Renal Vein Retroperitoneal Lymph Node
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