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A 34-year-old man with a complaint of testicular enlargement was seen by an urologist. An ultrasound revealed a testicular mass. An orchiectomy was performed. The removed testis measured up to 5.5 cm and was partially replaced by a fairly homogenous 5.0 cm tan-pink tumor with a central area of necrosis. The tumor grossly appeared to be confined to the testis.
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• Chronic orchitis
• Embryonal carcinoma
• Malignant lymphoma
• Mixed germ cell tumor
• Spermatocytic seminoma
• Yolk sac tumor
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