Extragonadal

Extragonadal

In a location other than the reproductive organs.
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Extragonadal germ cell neoplasms can be classified for histopathology using mediastinal nomenclature (ie, teratomatous and nonteratomatous lesions).
Chapter 7 talks about the influence of continuous overexpression of beta hCG in bringing about a multitude of endocrine anomalies including benign and malignant tumours in gonadal and extragonadal sites.
Extragonadal luteinizing hormone receptors in the reproductive tract of domestic animals.
Extragonadal GCT (EGCT) carry a poorer prognosis than their gonadal counterparts and patients with a primary mediastinal non-seminomatous germ cell tumour (MNSGCT) are defined as poor risk in the IGCCCG prognostic category with a 48% 5-year survival [8].
Bilateral spontaneous pneumothoraces in osteogenic sarcoma and extragonadal germ cell tumour.
Control males never contained testicular oocytes, although two control males contained two to three degenerating extragonadal oocytes (not within lobules), and a single control male showed gonadal dysgenesis (Figure 9).
Once it's been decided to scope a patient again, be aware that even patients who have had an oophorectomy can experience pain from ovarian remnant syndrome or extragonadal endometriosis, Dr.
Tumors may be located within the gonads or, on rare occasions, extragonadal.
2] This can be a consequence of a hypersensitive phenotype of the androgen receptor, which is often compounded by an increase in extragonadal or de novo intratumoralandrogen production.
1) Anti-Ta (Ma2) typically occurs in young men with testicular germ cell tumours (including extragonadal sites).
The pretesticular causes of infertility may be defined as extragonadal endocrine disorders, such as those originating in the hypothalamus, pituitary, or adrenals, which have an adverse effect on spermatogenesis through aberrant hormonal stimulation or suppression.

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