Testicular Metastasis of Prostatic Adenocarcinoma after Abla
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Abstract :
Testicular metastases are rare in prostatic adenocarcinomas. The discovery is often fortuitous, and they are
diagnosed with a histological examination. Metastasis is often confused with a primitive testicular tumor. We
describe an 86-year-old patient with metastatic prostate adenocarcinoma that affected the left testis. The metastasis
was discovered after Ablatherm® treatment. A prostatic origin must be suspected in a patient over 50 years old with
testicular metastasis. This study highlights the importance of clinicopathological investigation and
immunohistochemistry in determining the etiopathogenesis of testicular masses........

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