How do people come to know:
Males generally present between mid-twenties to mid-fifties with testicular cancers. General presentation is lump in the testicle which can be felt either on self-examination or examination by the urologist. Males who had undescended testis, infertility or genetic abnormalities are at higher risk of developing this cancer. Family history of testicular cancer also matters.
Treatments offered by Dr Subodh Kamble
Dr Subodh Kamble is highly specialised in management of testicular cancers including Radical orchidectomy and testicular prosthesis (dummy testis) post orchidectomy. He has expertise in medical aspect also for the management of testicular cancers.