Mature Presacral Teratoma in an Adult Male: A Case Report

Bull Jr., John; Yeh, Karen A.; McDonnell, Dennis; Davis, Jerry; Caudell, Patricia
June 1999
American Surgeon;Jun1999, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p586
Academic Journal
Presents information on the case of an adult male who presented with recurrent infected pilonidal cysts that proved to be benign presacral teratoma at biopsy. Pertinent physical findings; Classification of teratomas; Recommended treatment for benign and malignant teratomas.


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