Das Risiko der malignen Degeneration bei Mal descensus testis

  • Martin Westenfelder
Conference paper
Part of the Verhandlungsbericht der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Urologie book series (VBDGUROLOGIE, volume 33)

Zusammenfassung

Während Hodentumoren im Kindesalter keine Korrelation zum Mal descensus testis aufweisen, hat schon 1779 Persivall Pott die überproportionale Häufigkeit von Hodentumoren beim Hodenhochstand beschrieben [1]. Seitdem wird immer wieder mit sehr unterschiedlichen Ergebnissen versucht, das Risiko zu errechnen, welches für einen Menschen mit Hodenhochstand quo ad vitam besteht, einen Hodentumor zu bekommen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Martin Westenfelder
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  1. 1.Zentrum Chirurgie der UniversitätFreiburg i. Br.Germany

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