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the pouch of skin that holds the testicles. See also testicles.

Testicular Cancer | Learn About Cancer | American Cancer ...

... Testicular Cancer. Testicular cancer typically develops in one or both testicles
in young men, but it can occur in older men as well. ...


Do I Have Testicular Cancer?

... In this condition, one of the testicles gets twisted inside the scrotum. This cuts
off the blood supply to the testicle, epididymis, and other structures ...


What are the risk factors for testicular cancer?

... Most of the time, undescended testicles continue moving down into the scrotum
during the child's first year of life. If the testicle has not descended ...


Can testicular cancer be found early?

... your testicles is during or after a bath or shower, when the skin of the scrotum
is relaxed. Hold the penis out of the way and examine each testicle ...


Testicular Cancer

... or testicles) containing the cancer. An incision is made just above the pubic
area, and the testicle is gently removed from the scrotum through the ...


Some facts about testicular cancer

... Most of the time, undescended testicles keep moving down into the scrotum
during the child's first year of life. If the testicle has not fully descended ...


How is testicular cancer found?

... If the tissue is not cancer, the testicle can often be returned to the scrotum. ...
Ultrasound of the testicles, described above, is a type of imaging ...


Testicular self-exam

... shower, when the skin of the scrotum is relaxed ... Hold the testicle between your
thumbs and fingers of ... the size, shape, or consistency of the testicles. ...


Testicular Cancer Overview

... The testicle (or testicles) with cancer are taken out of the scrotum through
a cut (incision) made just above the pubic area. ...