teratoma


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Related to teratoma: Sacrococcygeal teratoma
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a tumor consisting of a mixture of tissues not normally found at that site

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A laparoscopic excisional surgery for the teratoma was subsequently performed.
Ovarian teratoma is also known as dermoid cyst of the ovary.
Para la construccion del algoritmo, se realizo una busqueda de literatura en las bases de datos Hinari y Pubmed con las palabras clave: acardiac twin, conjoined twins, congenital teratoma, fetus in fetus, macerated co-twin.
Teratoma cases were not included for marker study, as their diagnoses were very evident from gross and microscopic morphology and due to the irrelevance of using immunohistochemistry on them.
She said one child out of 30,000 babies is born with the Sacrococcygeal Teratoma tumour.
Ultrasound can detect an intratesticular multicystic mass, and the normal testicular parenchyma can be evaluated when the clinical diagnosis suggests a cystic teratoma (1, 5-6).
We present a case of bilateral synchronous benign ovarian neoplasm that comprised a giant teratoma weighing 55 kg, with a coexisting contralateral serous cystadenoma that weighed 2 kg.
Association between mature cystic teratoma (MCT) and cyst endometrioma in the same ovary is extremely rare and less than five cases of this entity have been reported in the literature.
A sacrococcygeal teratoma is a tumor that grows from an unborn baby's tailbone.
Teratomas are what can happen when some of the pluripotent stem cells go rogue and differentiate uncontrollably.
We report the case of a 9-month-old female infant thought to have a sacrococcygeal teratoma.
Mature teratoma show lining of cuboidal epithelium and nests of squamous cells, and spindle-shaped mesenchymal cells in stroma with foci of cartilage are seen.
Here, it is described the clinico-pathological findings of two cows with IO, due to an ovarian teratoma in one and a metastatic adrenal carcinoma in the other.
Key Words: Ovarian tumours, teratoma, Dermoid cysts