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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Cystic Teratoma

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How could i get a benign cystic teratoma?

Unclear question: Do you have this problem? If so tell us where it is and if it has been treated or not. Why someone gets any disease is not obvious...It is chance or bad luck, i suppose. ...Read more

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Teratoma (Definition)

Teratomas are benign or maligant growth that may contain multiple cell types. It is possible that they developed from a stem cell that had the ability differentiated into ...Read more


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Simple cystic teratoma is seen commonly in which age group?

Simple cystic teratoma is seen commonly in which age group?

Need more medical in: I need more info. Where is this cystic teratoma located? Unless it is in the testes or ovaries, it is hard to know what you are dealing with. You should go discuss this matter with your doctor who told you about this problem. ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with a cystic teratoma on my right ovary and is being removed. Does this effect my chances of having kids in the future?

I was diagnosed with a cystic teratoma on my right ovary and is being removed. Does this effect my chances of having kids in the future?

Only need one: You only need one healthy ovary to get pregnant. You have reduced your chances per month without having a second one but many have gone through the same loss & had kids just the same. ...Read more

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CT scan shows I have a cystic teratoma/dermoid cyst with an additional 3.5 cm rounded fluid attenuation mass within R pelvis abutting the above mass.

CT scan shows I have a cystic teratoma/dermoid cyst with an additional 3.5 cm rounded fluid attenuation mass within R pelvis abutting the above mass.

Sorry to hear it. Q?: I'm sorry to hear the scan report. It seems like you could use some support in making sense of all this. Most importantly, do you have symptoms? I don't see a question posed, so please specify what is worrying you about the CT scan report. A teratoma is a (usually) benign tumor or growth. Fluid around the teratoma ("abutting the mass") is not unusual, & could also be b9. TTYD or use HealthTap Pr ...Read more

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Cystic and solid ovarian teratoma(2 month old girl) . Total size is 6.9x5.3x3.9cm, solid part is 3.1x2.6. AFP453(first check), is cancerous?

Cystic and solid ovarian teratoma(2 month old girl) . Total size is 6.9x5.3x3.9cm, solid part is 3.1x2.6. AFP453(first check), is cancerous?

Seek Oncologist opin: Teratoma is a germ cell tumor and by definition is a Cancer, requiring treatment from an oncologist. Seek a second opinion and advice for further treatment or close monitoring. ...Read more

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What exactly is a mature teratoma?

What exactly is a mature teratoma?

Mature teratoma is: A type of benign (noncancerous) germ cell tumor that often contains several different types of tissue such as hair, muscle and bone. ...Read more

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Is a mature teratoma cancerous?

Is a mature teratoma cancerous?

Very unlikely.: A teratoma is a tumor made up of normal organ tissues in a unusual location. Tissues may be more or less mature. The more mature the cells are, the more normal they are hence the less chance of them acting in a malignant way. There's a very slim chance that a teratoma behaves as a malignant tumor, but follow-up is critical: the more time passes after removal, the better the chances. ...Read more

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What is sacrococcygeal teratoma?

What is sacrococcygeal teratoma?

Tumor of infancy: Sacrococcygeal teratoma or sct is a tumor that normally occurs in infants located at the tailbone. Can be quite large or small. Can usually be picked on prenatal ultrasound. Occurs more commonly in girls and if removed promptly will most likely be benign. ...Read more

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How harmful is my unborn's sacrococcygeal teratoma?

How harmful is my unborn's sacrococcygeal teratoma?

Depends: A lot depends on the size and the amount of blood flow. If large with extensive blood flow it could cause heart failure of the fetus. This needs to be monitored carefully by your perinatologist and pediatric cardiologist. ...Read more

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What is the difference between cancer and a teratoma?

What is the difference between cancer and a teratoma?

CA & Teratoma: Teratoma is a tumor with more than one tissue or organ in it that are all normal, like teeth and hair. Tumor is just a mass or lump. CA is made up of cells that are no longer normal and that are rapidly dividing and growing. ...Read more

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What to do if I have a 2.7 CM mature teratoma or dermoid & I am freaking out need answers please?

What to do if I have a 2.7 CM mature teratoma or dermoid & I am freaking out need answers please?

Do nothing: Ovaian teratomas are almost always benign. They are to be left alone for the most part unless they enlarge to about 6 cm. or are associated with pain. They can be followed by sonography and if they do enlarge can be removed by laparoscopy. Right now nothing shold be done. ...Read more

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Just wanted to know for a 4inch Teratoma near the ovary would that most like require which type of surgery?

Just wanted to know for a 4inch Teratoma near the ovary would that most like require which type of surgery?

Laparascopic: A laparascopic cystectomy is a good option for removal of a teratoma that size. It depends on the surgeon skill set, the ovarian cyst size and the number of surgeries or medical issues you may have Best Wishes Dr M ...Read more

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Can a teratoma regrow?

Can a teratoma regrow?

Maybe: If a teratoma is completely removed (negative surgical margins), it should not regrow. If microscopic deposits are left after surgery (+ surgical margins), then a teratoma can regrow over time. ...Read more

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How does a teratoma form?

How does a teratoma form?

Embryonal tissue: A teratoma is a tumor of tissues comprising different organs such as bone, skin, nerve tissue usually derived from more than one germ layer. The teratomas have been reported to contain hair, teeth, bone and, very rarely, more complex organs or processes such as eyes,torso, and hands, feet, or other limbs, virtually attempting to recreate a fetus. They arise from embryonal cells in ovary and testis ...Read more

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