The authors' much poorer figures reflect the problems experienced in their environment, including later presentation, high-stage disease at presentation, absence of radiotherapy facilities, high cost of drugs, and minimal patient awareness of testicular self-examination.
What does TSE stand for?
TSE stands for Testicular Self-Examination (for cancer)
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- Tentative Symbol Estimation
- Terminal Server Edition (Microsoft NT Server)
- Terminal Server Emulation
- Terminal Switching Exchange
- Test of Spoken English (Educational Testing Service)
- Test Sequence Error
- Test Systems Engineering
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Unfortunately, most young men are unaware of the risk of testicular cancer, its symptoms and the possibility of detection by testicular self-examination (TSE) (7).
Promoting awareness and practice of testicular self-examination.
We recommend testicular self-examination as an inexpensive way for early detection of malignancy.
The study put questions about testicular self-examination to 17,000 university students in 21 European countries in 1990 and then again to almost 19,000 students 10 years later.
Testicular self-examination (TSE) is a relatively simple procedure.
A lack of educating male athletes about testicular self-examination techniques and cancer education was also found.
Testicular self-examination once a month is advised for all men.