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em·bry·o·nal

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

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.
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Embryonal tumor with multilayered rosettes: Two case reports with a review of the literature.
These p53-mediated cellular responses also occur with OCT4, a regulator of pluripotency which is highly expressed in seminomas and embryonal cell carcinomas.
Embryonal fyn-associated substrate ( EFS ) is a member of cellular apoptosis susceptibility protein family and is now being recognized as playing important roles in multiple immune cell processes.[53] Full or partial methylation of EFS CpG island was observed in 81% of UMs.
In our study, patients were stratified based on disease histology as well as risk factors for relapse on surveillance (lymphovascular invasion and pure embryonal carcinoma in NSGCT and tumour stage (T1b versus T1a) for seminoma).
A postoperative biopsy showed a pure embryonal carcinoma with invasion of the spermatic cord and necrosis of more than 50% of its surface.
Historically, RMS had been divided into three subtypes: embryonal, alveolar, and pleomorphic.
We describe a case of a middle-aged woman with abdominal mass in the absence of specific symptomatology submitted to laparotomy with a final diagnosis of embryonal sarcoma of the liver.
Intraparenchymal CNS-EES are very rare tumors, mostly located within the frontal region often misdiagnosed with other varieties of primary brain tumors, particularly embryonal tumors.
The great majority (approximately 95%) of primary testicular tumors, including seminoma, embryonal carcinoma, YST, choriocarcinoma, and others, are of germ cell origin, and accurate subtyping is important for proper management and prognosis.
Those cells can be found in embryonal dental development stages, as well as in the pulp of mature teeth.
Little Cristiano, aged nine, has been battling a rare aggressive cancer called Embryonal Rhabdomysosarcoma for over a year.