embryonal carcinoma

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Compact architecture of an epithelioid dysgerminoma with minimal lymphocytic infiltration (A) that simulates solid embryonal carcinoma.
22-25) The AE1/AE3 and CD30 stains are diffusely positive in embryonal carcinoma and are negative (or focally positive) in seminoma, whereas CD117 and podoplanin (D2-40) are diffusely positive in seminoma and negative (or focally positive) in embryonal carcinoma.
27) According to this classification, germ cell neoplasms are divided roughly into 7 histologic categories: dysgerminoma, yolk sac tumor, embryonal carcinoma, polyembryoma, choriocarcinoma, teratoma, and gonadoblastoma.
Staining has also been reported in some breast carcinomas and embryonal carcinoma.
Spermatocytic seminoma is most commonly misinterpreted as typical seminoma, embryonal carcinoma, or lymphoma.
Intratubular nonseminoma is almost exclusively composed of embryonal carcinoma and is believed to arise from reprogramming of GCNIS within the microenvironment of the seminiferous tubule.
OCT-4 is a reliable marker for both dysgerminoma and embryonal carcinoma.
Malignant lesions that were diagnosed histopathologically included seminoma classical type, anaplastic seminoma, yolc sac tumour, malignant lymphoma, leiomyosarcoma, embryonal carcinoma, teratocarcinoma, mixed malignant germ cell tumour, and malignant epithelioid mesothelioma.
In young adults, seminoma, embryonal carcinoma (EMB Ca), teratoma, and teratocarcinoma are common; however, seminoma is more common in the fourth decade whereas spennatocytic seminoma and lymphoma occur in the elderly.
The patient was diagnosed with ruptured germ cell tumor with predominant yolk salc tumor and embryonal carcinoma component.
Literature reports the most common components of such tumors as dysgerminoma (80%), EST (Endodermal Sinus Tumor) (70%), immature teratoma (%53), choriocarcinoma (20%), and embryonal carcinoma (16%).
Other germ cell tumours included embryonal carcinoma and immature teratomas which constituted of 5 cases (2.
After orchiectomy (HP: embryonal carcinoma, pT1), he had received 4 cycles of chemotherapy (BEP protocol: Cisplatin 75 mg/[m.
2) These markers assist with the differentiation of PCCAV from other tumors in this location such as yolk sac tumor, sarcoma botryoides, embryonal carcinoma, and metastatic RCC.
Negative staining for CD30, TTF-1 and CEA excluded the possibility of embryonal carcinoma and negative TTF-1 staining made a lung or thyroid primary site less likely.