Metachronous gonadal and extragonadal primary germ cell tumors: two case reports.

Abstract

Bilateral synchronous or metachronous germ cell tumors (GCT) of the testis are recognized in 2-3% of patients. Extragonadal GCT in the mediastinum or the retroperitoneum have been rarely reported in patients with primary GCT of the testes. Two patients were observed with two separate primary GCT; in 1 a retroperitoneal embryonal carcinoma was successfully… (More)

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@article{Lokich1994MetachronousGA, title={Metachronous gonadal and extragonadal primary germ cell tumors: two case reports.}, author={Jacob J. Lokich}, journal={Cancer investigation}, year={1994}, volume={12 4}, pages={406-8} }