• A metastatic seminoma of the right temporal fossa, with facial pain, extraocular paresis, otitis, and abdominal symptoms, was found in a 34-year-old man one year after orchidectomy for a primary testicular tumor that had been treated by surgery and radiotherapy. This is an unusual intracranial metastatic tumor that merits active treatment.
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