Histopathological diagnosis was given as pure embryonal
carcinoma of left testis.
Although alveolar histology has more often been reported in extremity tumors, (4) in this case, histopathologic examination revealed embryonal
rhabdomyosarcoma in the present case.
Radiological case of the month: Rama Anand, MBBS, MD; Mahender. K. Narula, MBBS, MD; Rachna Madan, MBBS, MD, DNB; Akhil Varshney, MBBS, MD; Pankaj Sharma, MBBS, MD; Rajiv Chadha, MBBS, MS
sarcoma of the liver is often mistaken for a benign hepatic lesion because of its cystic appearance.
Pathologic evaluation revealed a rupture of embryonal
15) Our histological distributions of tumours are in agreement with studies from Lagos,9 where the most common tumours were embryonal
carcinoma and seminoma, and from Nairobi, Kenya, (10) where the most common type was seminoma.
Based on OCT4 immunoreactivity, the GCTs can be divided into 2 groups (Table 7): OCT4positive GCTs, including seminoma and embryonal
carcinoma, and the OCT4-negative group, which includes YST (Figure 8, B), spermatocytic tumor, and choriocarcinoma.
OCT-4  and CD-30  are the most useful immunehistochemical stains used in embryonal
Kevin Carbo was just a year and five months old when he was diagnosed with embryonal
rhabdomyosarcoma in August 2014.
Two basic types of stem cells are distinguished: totipotent embryonal
cells, which can differentiate in any type of cell; and somatic cells of limited differentiation potential .
Little Cristiano, aged nine, has been battling a rare aggressive cancer called Embryonal
Rhabdomysosarcoma for over a year.
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The aim of this study is to investigate the presence and localization of sodium iodide symporter (NIS) expression in pure testicular seminomas, two lymph nodes with seminoma metastasis, and two embryonal
carcinomas by immunohistochemically methods.
Separate analyses were carried out for CNS tumors; non-CNS embryonal
tumors (neuroblastoma, retinoblastoma, renal tumors, soft tissue sarcomas, hepatoblastoma, and germ cell tumors); and the miscellaneous group (carcinomas, bone tumors, and non-specified tumors).
Rest of the tumour categories were peripheral nerve origin tumours, pituitary tumours, craniopharyngioma, embryonal
tumours, chordoma and metastasis.
1 carcinoma Acinar cell -- -- -- carcinoma Embryonal
RMS -- -- -- Fibro sarcoma -- 0.