Extragonadal teratoma is an extremely rare benign or malignant germ cell tumor characterized clinically by a teratoma presenting in an extragonadal location (e.g. retroperitoneum mediastinum craniofacial or sacrococcygeal region intraosseous solid organs) and histologically by displaying well-differentiated structures as well as immature elements. Presenting symptoms are variable depending on size and location of tumor.
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