teratoma

NOUN
  1. a tumor consisting of a mixture of tissues not normally found at that site
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  • The scientific know-how to transform a population of amorphic cells to a homogenous tissue is critical for the success of transplantation, as well as the prevention of deadly teratomas that arise when nondifferentiated embryonic stem cells are transplanted. MAIL CALL: MISSION OF A LIFETIME
  • Josep Dalmau, a neuro-oncologist at Penn, and his colleagues had published studies describing anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis, a rare reaction seen in young women to a common ovarian tumor called a teratoma, which is typically harmless. Doctor's diagnosis drew laughs, but it saved woman's life
  • View larger image ┬╗Discussing the implications of the ultrasound findings when a sacrococcygeal teratoma is initially diagnosed can provide parents with information on options to consider if hydrops evolves, a potentially fatal situation. Sacrococcygeal Teratoma (SCT), Sacrococcygeal Tumor Treatment
  • Exposure of 26-week fetus through hysterotomy revealing sacrococcygeal teratoma (SCT). Sacrococcygeal Teratoma (SCT), Sacrococcygeal Tumor Treatment
  • Fetal echocardiography revealed that a large portion of the fetal cardiac output perfused the Sacrococcygeal Teratoma. Sacrococcygeal Teratoma (SCT), Sacrococcygeal Tumor Treatment
  • The treatment for teratomas, whether benign or malignant, is resection as the tumor may grow to impinge on adjacent structures.
  • Teratoma patients are mostly treated with chemotherapy, which requires being in hospital for a few days every three weeks to be injected with chemicals.
  • In a small number of patients with cervical teratomas, the mass effect pulls the lungs into the apex of the chest and results in pulmonary hypoplasia. Giant Neck Masses (GNM), Cervical Teratoma
  • There seems to be a grey area between a fetus in fetu and what is called a teratoma: a kind of encapsulated tumor which contains tissue or organ components resembling normal derivatives of all three germ layers. How Twins Go Bad
  • These cells were clearly recognizeable as the sought-after pluripotential cells, and they passed every test: They formed teratomas in vivo, and they differentiated in vitro. The 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - Advanced Information
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