Teratocarcinoma

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Overview

A teratocarcinoma or 'germ cell tumour' (GCT) is a malignant tumour containing elements of teratomas and embryonal carcinomas. They can arise from pathogenetically activated oocytes that ultimately give rise to a teratoma or can form from germ cells in the testicles resulting in testicular cancer.




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