Testicular cancer: what the radiologist needs to know

Evgeniy I Kreydin, Glen W Barrisford, Adam S Feldman, Mark A Preston
AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology 2013, 200 (6): 1215-25

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this article is to review current imaging techniques and evolving technologies that are being used for detection and management of testicular cancer.

CONCLUSION: The primary goal of cancer imaging is accurate disease characterization at diagnosis and through all stages of management. Knowledge of the disease and diagnostic performance characteristics of each technique is critical to identify the appropriate modality for staging disease and to monitor for treatment response and recurrence that may dictate further intervention.

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