Special tumors of ovary and testis, andrelated extragonadal lesions

comparative pathology and histological identification.
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Add tags for "Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions. Comparative pathology and histological identification.". Comparative pathology and. Endodermal sinus tumor was reported to arise primarily from testis and ovaries, but some of the cases may occur in extragonadal sites such as the vulva, vagina, pineal.

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Special Tumors of Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions, 2nd edn (J. Lippincott, Philadelphia) Google Scholar Thompson, J. Primary ovarian adenoacanthoma: its.

5 Yolk sac tumor arises primarily from the testis and ovaries, but some extragonadal sites such as the vulva, vagina, pineal region, broad ligament, prostate, cervix, mediastinum, saccro-coccygeal. It was not until the studies by Teilumon the homology of ovarian and testicular neoplasms, the studies by Friedman and Moore 95 and Dixon and Moore 76 on testicular tumors, and those by Friedman 94 on related extragonadal neoplasms that the germ cell origin of other neoplasms belonging to this group was by: Endodermal sinus tumor was reported to arise primarily from testis and ovaries, but some of the cases may occur in extragonadal sites such as the vulva, vagina, pineal region, broad ligament, prostate, cervix, mediastinum, saccro-coccygeal and retroperitoneum region, but by far the commonest site for extragonadal lesions is the sacro-coccygeal region.

Teilum G () Special tumors of the ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions. Comparative pathology and histologic identification, 2nd edn. Munksgaard, Cophenhagen Google Scholar. Teilum G () Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions: comparative pathology and histological identification, 2nd edn.

J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia Google Scholar 6. Scully RE, Young RH, Clement PB () Tumors of the ovary, maldeveloped gonads, fallopian tube, and broad ligament. theliomas “adenomatoid tumors” of the female genital tract. Cancer - Teiluni, G.: Special Tumors of Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions.

Comparative Pathol- ogy and Histological Identification. Philadelphia. Embryology of the Gonad With Reference to Special Tumors of the Ovary and Testis By Hugh R.K. Barber New York, New York The ovaries and testes have very similar development patterns until about the fourth month of embryonic life.

Teilum G. Special Tumors of Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions: Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification.

2nd ed. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott; Google Scholar 4. Out of the 34 men with testicular cancer, 24 had mothers with a known ovarian cancer status. 10 of the mothers had an ovarian cancer diagnosis and the remaining 14 did not. This indicated that men diagnosed with testicular cancer were more likely to have a mother diagnosed with ovarian cancer, as opposed men with other types of cancer.

High testosterone has been reported in particular cancers (ie, ovarian cancer and adrenal adenoma). 3 Seminoma, the most common GCT, is usually associated with normal serum testosterone level.

1 The most common testis tumor that might cause hormonal changes and gynecomastia are leydig cell tumors, frequently recognized with high plasma estrogen, low testosterone, low testosterone/estradiol. Author(s): Teilum,Gunnar Title(s): Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions; comparative pathology and histological identification.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Lippincott [c] Description: p. illus. Language: English LCCN: MeSH: Ovarian Neoplasms/pathology. Originally published by Harvard Health.

What Is It. Extragonadal germ cell tumors are made up of cells that form during the early development of a fetus (unborn baby). In a growing fetus, germ cells typically move from a site near the middle of the body to the ovaries or testes (gonads). There they develop into eggs in females and sperm in males.

When cells that are meant to form sperm or eggs. Author(s): Teilum,Gunnar Title(s): Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions: comparative pathology and histological identification/ Gunnar Teilum.

Edition: 2d ed. Country of Publication: Denmark Publisher: Copenhagen: Munksgaard ; Philadelphia: Lippincott, c Introduction. Yolk sac tumor (YST) is a rare neoplasm, which affects children and adolescents.

Majority of the YSTs occur in the gonads, but about 20% have been found in variety of extragonadal sites such as mediastinum, retroperitoneum, neck and presacral areas.[] Teilum described this as a malignant germ cell neoplasm that showed differentiation towards extra embryonic yolk sac endoderm as.

The mechanism of neosynthesis of the human tumor-associated fetal antigen alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) in a variable percentage of patients with testicular, ovarian and extragonadal germ cell tumors.

Teilum, Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions, Munksgaard, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2nd edition, L. Roth, B. Lyu, and L. Cheng, “Perspectives on testicular sex cord-stromal tumors and those composed of both germ cells and sex cord-stromal derivatives with a comparison to corresponding ovarian neoplasms.

Teilum, G. Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions, in Comparative pathology and histologicat identification, Lippincott, Philadelphia, (). Recommended articles Citing articles (0). In: Teilum G: Special Tumors of Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions: Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification.

Philadelphia, Pa: J. Lippincott,pp Schneider DT, Zahn S, Sievers S, et al.: Molecular genetic analysis of central nervous system germ cell tumors with comparative genomic hybridization.

Teilum G: Special Tumors of the Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions: Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification, ed 2. Philadelphia/Toronto: JB Lippincott,pp Teilum G: Special Tumors of the Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions: Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification, ed 2.

Results: In patients with germ cell testicular cancer, the diagnosis was seminoma in 15, mix germ cell tumor in 7, embryonal carcinoma in 4, yolk sac tumor in 2 and teratoma in 2 patients.

Pediatric germ cell tumors (GCTs) are rare, accounting for 3% to 4% of childhood malignancies. 1,2 They arise from pluripotent stem cells, 3 occur in gonadal and extragonadal sites, and are composed of tissues foreign to the organ or site of origin.

4 Patients with GCTs typically have a bimodal age distribution, with a peak before three years of age and a second peak during. Teilum G. Endodermal sinus tumor. In: Special tumors of the ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions: comparative pathology and histological.

Teilum G: Special Tumors of the Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions.

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Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification, ed 2. Philadelphia/Toronto: JB Lippincott,pp Teilum G: Special Tumors of the Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions. Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification, ed 2.

Results: Twenty studies, describing the surgical treatment of patients with testicular tumors, were included in the analysis. The majority of pediatric patients with benign germ cell tumors (GCTs) (mean age: years) and sex cord-stromal tumors (SCSTs) (mean age: years) were treated with TSS, % and %, respectively.

Teilum G. Special Tumors of the Ovary and Testis and Related Extragonadal Lesions: Comparative Pathology and Histological Identification, 2nd ed.

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Philadelphia: JB Lippincott, ; Chang T, Teng MMH, Guo WY, Sheng WC. Teilum, G. Comparative pathology of ovarian and testicular tumor and related extragonadal lesion, in Special tumors of ovary and testis: Comparative pathology and histological identification. Lip- pincott, Philadelphia, 2nd., pp.

Kurman, R. J., and Norris, H. Endodermal sinus tumor of the ovary: A clinical and pathologic. Special tumors of ovary and testis and related extragonadal lesions: comparative pathology and histological identification Teilum, G An unusual case of gonadic germinal tumor in a brother and sister.

One hundred thirty-four eligible patients with advanced testicular (n = 60) or ovarian (n = 74) tumors and with stage I to IV extragonadal tumors were enrolled. HDPEB treatment resulted in significantly improved 6-year EFS rate ± SE (% ± % v % ± % for PEB; P).

Endodermal sinus tumor (yolk-sac carcinoma) is a type of malignant germ-cell tumor of the ovary and testis which on rare occasion occurs as a primary tumor .In situ hybridization studies have demonstrated a deletion of 1p36 in 80%–% of infantile malignant GCTs arising from testicular and extragonadal sites.

A minority of tumors also show evidence for C‐myc or N‐myc amplification. The clinical significance for these findings is not yet entirely known. .