Testicular tumors and STDs. Dr. Basu MD. Our topic. Classification of testicular tumor. Seminoma Embryonal carcinoma Yolk sac tumor Choriocarcinoma Teratoma Diagnosis of these tumors. What you should know about a Testicular tumor. Age Gross and microscopy Markers
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Variant : Spermatocytic Seminoma
Features : large, soft, homogenous, grey-white
Age : 20-30 years.
Features : Red to tan to brown areas, including prominent hemorrhage and necrosis.
Features : Chondroid white areas (teratoma) in a Embryonal carcinoma.
Small( 1-3 cm), nodular, circumscribed tumor, yellowish in colour
Bilateral gyenecomastia and testicular enlargement force the patient to seek medical assistance.
AFP and hcG
Strongly Positive both
Mixed Granulomatous and neutrophilic inflammation.
Histology shows plasma cells and lymphocytes
Etiology : HSV type 2 and 1