The Problematic Testicular Tumor

Young, Robert H.
June 2010
International Journal of Surgical Pathology;Jun2010 Supplement 3, Vol. 18 Issue S2, p149S
Academic Journal
The article discusses the pathological diagnosis of testicular tumor. It cites various types of the tumor which include the typical seminoma, spermatocytic seminoma, and teratomas. It mentions that seminoma is characterized by the presence of hollow or solid tubules or other spaces of various types. It notes that the spermatocytic seminoma is composed of cells which resembles spermatogonia with focal differentiation into larger cells that indicates primary spermatocytes in routine sections.


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