Mayur A. Chaudhari*, Prabodh V. Sapkale, Atul R. Bendale,
Sachin B Narkhede, Anil G Jadhav, G. Vidyasagar
Research Scholar, JJT University, Jaipur. RJ
SES, Arunamai college of Pharmacy, Jalgaon. MS
Smt. B. N. B. Swaminarayan Pharmacy College, Slavav, Vapi GJ
Dean, Department of pharmacy, Kutch University, GJ
Despite this seemingly insignificant statistic, testicular cancer is a significant condition in men because in virtually all parts of the world it is the most common solid malignancy affecting young men. Although it is rare disorder; it accounts for just 1% of all cancers in males. Moreover, it is responsible for ten percent of all cancer deaths in men aged 15-35 years. Testicular cancer typically develops in one or both testicles in young men. It is a highly treatable and usually curable type of cancer. Present article emphasis on histopathology, symptoms and treatment of this rare but inopportune disease.
Key words: Testis, Cancer, Diagnosis, Treatment and Precaution.