Manjit Singh Jora

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Lipoma is one of the most common mesenchymal tumors, usually seen over the trunk and proximal portions of the extremities. However, giant lipomas are very rarely seen over the chest wall and axilla in children. In rural areas, patients usually do not bother to be treated, which leads to complications, as seen in our case. Here, we report a rare case of a(More)
Germ cell tumors compromise 15-20% of all anterior mediastinal masses; 50-60% of these are benign mediastinal teratoma. There may be mature, immature, and rarely with malignant component within the tumor mass. There are more chances of malignancy with immature type. We are reporting a case in 20-year young male diagnosed as giant benign cystic teratoma(More)
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