sacrococcygeal teratoma(redirected from Sacrococcygeal tumor)
found in the region of the coccyx and rectum (embryonic location of the caudal eminence). Most common tumor in newborn infants.
a common tumor of newborns, found in the primitive pit. It may represent part of the blastopore of lower vertebrates.
sa·cro·coc·cyg·e·al ter·a·to·ma(sākrō-kok-sijē-ăl teră-tōmă)
A germ cell tumor that forms in the region of the caudal eminence; it is the most common tumor in neonates; most affected newborns are girls.
Sacrococcygeal teratoma (SCT)
A tumor occurring at the base of the fetus's tailbone.
Mentioned in: Prenatal Surgery