35. Mixed germ cell tumor with teratoma and embryonal carcinoma

Staining: HE

Organ: Testis

Description:

Two tumors are present on the slide.

The teratoma takes up most of the slide. It shows widespread necrosis. Tissues from multiple germ layers are visible, which confirms that it’s a teratoma.

The embryonal carcinoma is in the lower right corner. These tumor cells show severe atypia. Necrosis is visible here as well.

Diagnosis: Mixed germ cell tumor with teratoma and embryonal carcinoma

Risk factors:

  • 20 – 30 year old males

Theory:

Nothing in particular.

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