Production of human CNS neurons from embryonal
carcinoma cells using a cell aggregation method.
In April 2000, he had been admitted to urology clinic because of painless left testicular mass and diagnosed as having metastatic testicular embryonal
carcinoma with normal beta human chorionic gonadotropin KG) levels and markedly elevated levels of a-fetoprotein (9204 IU/mL, normal: 0.
Wedge biopsy of the pre-auricular lesion revealed a parameningeal embryonal
Following biopsy and confirmation of the diagnosis of embryonal
rhabdomyosarcoma, tests were carried out to investigate the clinical extent of the disease and the location of a possible primary site of the lesion in another part of the body.
the cotyledon that remained closely attached to the embryonal
Sam had a rare form of cancer, called embryonal
meningeal rhabdomyosarcoma, which had started as a tumour on his brain and eventually spread to his chest and finally into his bone marrow.
Production of embryonal
alpha globulins by transplantable mouse hepatomas.
Nevertheless, most anesthesiologists and surgeons prefer not to operate during the period of embryonal
development and organogenesis, which occurs on days 14 through 56.
The study of its tissue would make you think of an embryonal
component - something left over from tissue which is in the baby before it is born.
It turned out it was embryonal
seminomal carcinoma - the worst, because it moves from the testicles to the lungs.
NCT00867178 ("Vorinostat, Isotretinoin, and Combination Chemotherapy in Treating Young Patients Who Have Undergone Surgery for Embryonal
Tumors of the Central Nervous System")
The differential diagnosis that should be considered in such a case include seminoma and embryonal