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em·bry·o·nal

(em'brē-ō'năl),
Relating to an embryo.
Synonym(s): embryonate (1)

embryonal

See embryo.

embryonal

adjective Referring to an embryo..
 
Pronunciation
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, em BREE own ull
Medspeak-US: pronounced, em BRAI own ull

em·bry·o·nal

(em'brē-ōn'ăl)
Relating to an embryo.

embryonal

emanating from or pertaining to embryo.

embryonal nephroma
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4] This indicates the aggressiveness of embryonal carcinoma and its tendency to early hematogenous spread.
Myogenin is usually positive in embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma.
OCT4 staining in testicular tumors: a sensitive and specific marker for seminoma and embryonal carcinoma.
There were three cases of embryonal carcinoma, of which two cases showed positivity for OCT-4.
Having been grafted into the tooth socket, the colonies of embryonal epithelial and mesenchymal cells obtained from the tooth bud and oral cavity epithelium began the odontogenic process, thus creating dental structures.
The aims of this study are to investigate the presence and localization of NIS expression in pure testicular seminomas, lymph nodes with seminoma metastasis, and embryonal carcinomas by immunohistochemical methods and to discuss RAI treatment as an alternative therapy
Table 1: Morphological classification of ovarian neoplasms Sest Germ cell Sex cord stromal Metastatic Serous Teratoma: Granulosa cell Krukernberg/drop Mature/ immature Mucinous Dysgerminoma Fibrous tumor Loco-regional metastasis Endometrioid Endodermal sinus sclerosing stromal cell (yolk sac) cell Clear cell Choriocarcinoma sertoli-stromal cell (leydig) Brenner Embryonal cell Steroid cell Undifferentiated Struma ovarii
This patient was diagnosed with mixed germ cell tumor with predominant yolk sac tumor and embryonal carcinoma component.
If the tumor is embryonal, or endodermal sinus tumor (yolk sac tumor), or Grade 2–3 immature teratoma, or mixed histological tumor, the results of imaging and tumor makers are deciding factors.
Among infants up to 36 months of age, the usually fast growing embryonal tumors medulloblastoma and central nervous system (CNS) primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET) are the most frequent brain neoplasms; among all children up to age 15 years, astrocytoma is the most common form of glioma (McKean-Cowdin et al.