Stage II testicular cancer
Testicular cancers at this stage have invaded tissues next to the testicle, and can now be found in at least one nearby lymph node. Tumor marker levels may be normal or slightly elevated.
Stage II testicular cancer has three subcategories:
- Stage IIA: Tumors at this stage have spread to one or more lymph nodes, but no node is larger than 2 cm.
- Stage IIB: Tumors at this stage have spread to at least one lymph node, which is between 2 cm and 5 cm in size.
- Stage IIC: These tumors have spread to at least one lymph node that is larger than 5 cm.
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