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Rare Testicular Tumor Report of a Case

Background: Mesenchymal neoplasms of the male genital tract are rare, and most are located Para testicular and testicular adnexal. The sarcomas, the most frequent in the child with this location are the Para testicular embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS). Case report: Male 4 years old, without personal pathological history, complained of pain and increased left testicular volume of 2 months evolution. Upon physical examination, the left scrotal sac was enlarged, without change in coloration, indurated, not very painful. The right testicle showed no alterations. Conclusion: The RMS is the most frequent soft tissue tumor in childhood and the genitourinary location is the second most frequent after the head and neck region. Primary intratesticular rhabdomyosarcoma is uncommon.

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