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Top Surgeon for Testicular Cancer Surgery at MITR Associates in Navi Mumbai

Mitr Hospital Navi Mumbai is a leading provider of urology care, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions affecting the urinary tract. These include urologic cancers, male sexual issues, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, urinary stone disease, male infertility, and prostate problems. The Mitr Hospital specializes in advanced treatments and diagnostics for Testicular Cancer by Dr. Manish Dubey and Dr. Vijay Kumar Yadav with centers at Panvel, Kharghar, Ulwe, and Vashi.

Testicular Cancer Treatment at MITR Urologoy Associates

Best Oncologists for Testicular Cancer Treatment in Navi Mumbai

Mitr Associates is the most reputable Testicular Cancer Treatment Hosiptal in Navi Mumbai. Testicular cancer occurs in the testicles, which are located inside the scrotum, a loose bag of skin underneath the penis. Sperm and male sexual hormones are produced by the testicles. The incidence of testicular cancer is relatively low when compared with other types of cancer. Testicular cancer is highly treatable, even when the cancer has spread beyond the testicle. Testicular cancer can be treated with a variety of treatments, depending on the type and stage.

What is Radical Inguinal Orchiectomy or Testicular Tumor Surgery

The surgery to remove a testicle with cancer is called a Radical Inguinal Orchiectomy sometimes also known Inguinal Orchiectomy. In Radical Inguinal Orchiectomy or Testicular Tumor Surgery an incision or a cut is made just above the pubic area, and the testicle is gently removed from the scrotum through the opening. The surgeon then removes the entire tumour along with the testicle and spermatic cord.

Symptoms of Testicular Cancer

The signs of a Testicular Cancer Are :

  • A painless lump in the testicle (the most common sign)
  • Swelling of the testicle (with or without pain) or a feeling of weight in the scrotum
  • Pain or a dull ache in the testicle, scrotum or groyne
  • Blood in urine
  • Tenderness or changes in the male breast tissue

How is Testicular Cancer Diagnosed

The Urologist will want to test if cancer is growing or if there’s some other issue, like:

Epididymitis: Swelling of the epididymis. Often treated with antibiotics.

Testicular torsion: Twisting of the testicles. Often treated with surgery.

Inguinal hernia: When part of the intestine pokes through a weak part of the stomach muscles near the groyne. Often treated with surgery.

Hydrocele: When fluid builds up in the scrotum. This often goes away without treatment.

Causes of Testicular Cancer

The Main Causes are :

It may not be possible to avoid risk factors for testicular cancer. The best plan is to catch it early. Men with the highest risk are:

  • Men with a father or brother who had testicular cancer
  • Men with a history of testes that don’t drop before birth (also known as undescended testes or cryptorchidism)
  • Abnormal cells in the testicle called germ cell neoplasia in situ (GCNIS), most often found during an infertility test