Author | Urs E. Studer, MD

Articles

Commentary (Markus/Studer)-Testicular Cancer: What’s New in Staging, Prognosis, and Therapy

December 01, 1999

The management of patients with clinical stage I nonseminomatous germ-cell tumors is still highly controversial. In a recent survey, urologists and oncologists were asked to state their choice of treatment for patients with clinical stage I nonseminomas who were at high risk for recurrence after orchiectomy. Not surprisingly, urologists chose retroperitoneal lymph node dissection over chemotherapy, while oncologists indicated a preference for adjuvant chemotherapy.[1]