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Pulmonary Secondaries- from Testicular tumour

This is a 24 yr old man presented with cough with hemoptysis and CT chect was done to look for the cause. CT chest was done and revealed mutliple coin lesions suggesting metastatis. It was suggested back to the clinician and we asked if there was any scrotal mass. Resident was not aware as he was neurology resident. On our request a complete examination was done and revealed a large testicular tumour which the patient was not informing.
Lesson learnt-there is still a lot of place for complete clinical examination.
Pulmonary Secondaries- from Testicular tumour Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Saturday, November 01, 2008 Rating: 5

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