seminomatous


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sem·i·no·ma·tous

(sem'i-nō'mă-tŭs),
Relating to a seminoma.
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Seminomatous M-GCT have a cure rate over 80% with radiotherapy or surgery alone as well as with cisplatin-based chemotherapy [14]; yet M-NSGCT are defined as poor risk with a 48% 5-year survival despite cisplatin-based chemotherapy [8].
Primary mediastinal non seminomatous germ cell tumours: results of modern therapy including cisplatin-based chemotherapy.
5) The decision to surgically remove a residual mass depends on the seminomatous or non-seminomatous nature of the original tumour and the size of the residual mass.
21-22) The histologic classification of GCTs at this site is identical to that used in the gonads: seminomatous (pure), nonseminomatous (yolk sac tumor, embryonal carcinoma, choriocarcinoma, and mixed GCTs), and teratomas.
Free {-subunit of human chorionic gonadotrophin in serum is a diagnostically sensitive marker of seminomatous testicular cancer.
6) Zaidi and Fathaddin reported a well-demarcated lobulated mass with similar magnetic resonance imaging signal intensity as seminomatous tumours.
Of the 4 frozen tissue samples from 4 inguinal orchiectomies, 1 patient had seminomatous germ cell tumour and 3 had non-seminomatous germ cell pathology.
Altered and different glycosylation of serum AFP has been found in serum from patients suffering from hepatocellular carcinoma and seminomatous germ-cell tumors (64).
Is the postchemotherapy resection of seminomatous elements associated with higher acute morbidity?