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Tumors of the testes MCQ - Multiple Choice Question and Answer

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Question No : 1
Seminomas are classified as good risk when which of the following is (are) present:

stem from the periphery of the testis
no non-pulmonary visceral metastases
normal α-FP, β-hCG, and LDH markers
all of the above

Question No : 2
What is true regarding radical inguinal orchiectomy for testicular cancer?

is considered based on a histologic evidence
should not be performed through a scrotal incision
preoperative biopsy is required for histologic examination
entails early clamping of the cord at the external inguinal ring level

Question No : 3
What is the most common testicular neoplasm in men over 50?

lymphoma
spermatocytic seminoma
adenocarcinoma
cystadenoma

Question No : 4
What is the most common presentation of testicular cancers?

unilateral hydrocele
dull ache or heavy sensation in the lower abdomen
painless swelling or a nodule in the testicle
incidental finding on scrotal ultrasonography

Question No : 5
What is the most common para-testicular tumor in children?

rhabdomyosarcoma
liposarcoma
sarcomatoid tumor
angiosarcoma

Question No : 6
With regard to pure subtypes of testicular tumors, which statement is false?

pure embryonal carcinoma may increase serum α-FP and hCG levels
pure seminoma increases serum hCG levels in 15% of cases but not α-FP
typically, endodermal sinus tumors dont increase any tumor marker
pure choriocarcinoma is associated with high hCG levels but not α-FP

Question No : 7
What is true regarding retroperitoneal lymph nodes involvement in testicular cancers?

left testicular tumors spread to the periaortic lymph nodes
right testicular tumors spread to the interaortocaval lymph nodes
the fashion of further spread in the retroperitoneum is from right to left
all of the above