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Question Seminoma of Testis

Which one is not correct regarding the seminoma tumor?
A) The tumor is analogous to dysgerminoma, a tumor of the ovary.
B) Peak incidence is mid-30s age group.
C) Presenting features include painless enlargement of the testis.
D) Sometimes this tumor is associated with increased serum hCG.
E) The tumor is resistant to radiotherapy.
F) Seminoma is the most common malignant germ cell tumor of testis.

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Ans E .......... seminoma is radiosensitive .....
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E, its radiosensitive.
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