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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of primary testicular angiosarcoma

From: Primary angiosarcoma of the testis: report of a rare entity and review of the literature

Source, year Age, year Predisposing Factors Clinical Presentation Primary Diagnosis of Testicular Tumor Association with Testicular Germ Cell Tumor
Hughes et al, 1991 [1] 16 None 1-month history of painless right testicular swelling Mature teratoma and well-differentiated angiosarcoma Yes
Masera et al, 1999 [2] 74 None 3-week history of left testicular mass and intermittent fever Epithelioid angiosarcoma No
Steele et al, 2000 [3] 24 None 6-month history of left testicular mass Mature teratoma and epithelioid angiosarcoma Yes
Sahoo et al, 2003 [4] 23 None Right testicular mass and severe intermittent right flank pain Mature teratoma Yes
Current case 80 None 2-month history of painless right testicular mass and 7-year history of right hydrocele Angiosarcoma, not otherwise specified (NOS) No