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INTRACRANIAL IMMATURE TERATOMA INVADING THE NASAL CAVITY MIMICKING OLFACTORY NEUROBLASTOMA
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Poster Title: INTRACRANIAL IMMATURE TERATOMA INVADING THE NASAL CAVITY MIMICKING OLFACTORY NEUROBLASTOMA
Submitted on 09 Feb 2021
Author(s): Dr. Asad Ali, Dr. Rabail Raza (FCPS)
Affiliations: Department of Radiology, Jinnah Hospital Lahore and AKUH karachi
This poster was presented at Sciences Research Symposium. Shuakat khanum Memorial Hospiat
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Abstract: The clinical symptoms of intracranial immature teratoma vary according to its specific location in the brain, but commonly include symptoms of brain tissue oppression.In addition, some tumors can secrete hormones and lead to corresponding symptoms.
Most tumors lack specific imaging findings, and the diagnoses mainly depend on histologic examination. An increase of some substances including AFP, b-HCG, and PLAP in serum and cerebrospinal fluid is crucial in the diagnosis of CNS germ-cell tumors including immature teratoma
Summary: Primaryintracranialimmatureteratomaisatypeofcentralnervoussystem
(CNS)germcelltumor.Immatureteratomaishistologicallycharacterizedbyanembryonicincompletelydifferentiatedtissue,irrespectiveoftheproportionofthiscomponent.
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[2]GeorgiuC,OpincariuI,CebotaruCL,etal.Intracranialimmatureteratomawithaprimitiveneuroectodermalmalignanttransformation-casereportandreviewoftheliterature.RomJMorpholEmbryol2016;57:1389–95.
[3]NakamuraM,TakemuraK,IidaJ,etal.Immatureteratomainthecerebralbasalgangliaofanadult.NeurolMedChir(Tokyo)1996;36:15–8.
[4]ErmanT,GöçerIA,ErdoganS,etal.Congenitalintracranialimmatureteratomaofthelateralventricle:acasereportandreviewoftheliterature.NeurolRes2005;27:53–6.
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