Radical orchidectomy is carried out for cancer in the testis. It involves removal of the testis and its connections to the groin. The operation is carried out therefore with an incision in the groin. A testicular prosthesis can be placed in the scrotum at the time of the procedure (or at a later date) according to the wishes of the individual patient. Sometimes chemotherapy or radiotherapy will be required according to the type and extent of the cancer.
For further advice on testicular surgery, please call us on +44 (0)20 3651 6065 to book an appointment, with Mr. Mark Feneley at The London Clinic, 120 Harley Street, London, W1G 7JW
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