embryonal carcinoma

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malignant neoplasm of the testis

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Within the histological classification of GCT, pure embryonal carcinoma comprises approximately 2% of the cases [7].
Genetic reprogramming is believed to contribute to the development of NSGCTs from GCNIS or a seminoma cell via transformation to an embryonal carcinoma cell, although the mechanisms underlying this transformation are unclear.
There were three cases of embryonal carcinoma, of which two cases showed positivity for OCT-4.
Richard Brown, the medical director of Sarasota Memorial's cancer care services, mapped out a specific and aggressive treatment plan, including a sophisticated cocktail of chemotherapy drugs targeting embryonal carcinoma. But the physicians weren't sure how Ruel's body would respond.
Chu, "D2-40 immunohistochemistry in the differential diagnosis of seminoma and embryonal carcinoma: a comparative immunohistochemical study with KIT (CD117) and CD30," Modern Pathology, vol.
Yamada et al., "Nuclear cloning of embryonal carcinoma cells," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Mixed germ cell tumor with components of Endodermal Sinus Tumor and embryonal carcinoma were reported by histological examination (Figures 1 and 2).
Histopathology exam reported one microscopic focus of embryonal carcinoma engulfed in fibrosis and necrosis.
(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.
The findings were further extended into embryonal carcinoma cells, which are derived from teratocarcinomas and often considered the malignant counterparts to embryonic stem cells (ESCs).
Foci of seminoma, germinoma, choriocarcinoma, and embryonal carcinoma are not present.
Other tumours reported include embryonal carcinoma, teratocarcinoma and choriocarcinoma.
Yolk sac tumor, seminoma, teratoma and embryonal carcinoma are the malignancies reported in literature11.
The other tumours showing CD30+ are HL and embryonal carcinoma.5 It has been reported that CD30 negative LCL (having strong association with EBV) have a worse prognosis than CD30+ LCL and should be treated more aggressively.