Case Study — February 2017


A 32 year old male, non-drinker and non-smoker, complains of heaviness in his lower abdominal region. This has been noted for two months and he doesn't recall any trauma to the region. Upon examination, a 3-cm firm mass is found in the right scrotum. No lymphadenopathy is seen, and a scrotal ultrasound confirms the presence of a solid testicular mass. A radical orchiectomy is performed and histology is below. What is the diagnosis?


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