Malignant Spermatic Cord Tumor as a Rare Scrotal Lesion: Case Report and Literature Review
Malignant Spermatic Cord Tumor as a Rare Scrotal Lesion: Case Report and Literature Review/strong>
Malignant tumors of the spermatic cord are urologic rarities. Due to their rarity the therapeutic management is often inconsistent and characterized by individual clinical decisions. The treatment of choice is inguinal orchiectomy with extensive resection of the surrounding soft tissue. These neoplasms occur mostly in elderly patients. We report two patients who presented with scrotal masses and review what is currently known about this entity.