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A 25-year-old man undergoes orchiectomy for a testicular tumor. Microscopically, the tumor shows a
variety of patterns, including lobules containing large cells with watery cytoplasm, structures
resembling primitive glomeruli, syncytiotrophoblast, and shafts of undifferentiated cells with
focal glandular differentiation. Which of the following terms most accurately describes this
tumor?

A. Choriocarcinoma

B. Embryonal carcinoma

C. Mixed tumor

D. Seminoma

E. Yolk sac tumor






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C?


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nodnod


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its c


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is a mixed tumor same as a teratoma?

(or does this refer to the tumor where all cells are from one cell line?)

pl explain.. confused





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