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The spectrum of computed tomographic appearance of metastatic masses from testicular neoplasms

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      Abstract

      Metastatic masses from testicular neoplasms were evaluated with respect to their computed tomographic characteristics. They were divided in three categories: cystic, semicystic, and solid. The common denominator in the first two categories was the presence of teratomatous components. The nonteratomatous masses were solid.

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