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Case of the Week

2021-46/November 15

Contributors: Ankur Sangoi

A man in his 40s with 5.3cm testicular mass grossly extending into hilar soft tissue. Section of central mass shown.

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1.  What is the correct diagnosis?

a. Yolk sac tumor

b. Embryonal Carcinoma

c. Microcystic Pattern of Seminoma

d. Sertoli cell tumor

2.  What is the correct diagnosis?

a. OCT3/4 positive, glypican3 positive, SF1 negative

b. OCT3/4 negative, glypican3 negative, SF1 positive

c. OCT3/4 negative, glypican3 positive, SF1 negative

d. OCT3/4 positive, glypican3 negative, SF1 negative

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