Germ Cell Tumors of the Ovary

  • A. Talerman


This group of ovarian neoplasms is composed of a number of histologically different tumor types and embraces all the neoplasms considered to be ultimately derived from the primitive germ cells of the embryonic gonad. The concept of germ cell tumors as a specific group of gonadal neoplasms has evolved in the last three decades and has become generally accepted. This concept is based primarily on the common histogenesis of these neoplasms, on the relatively frequent presence of histologically different tumor elements within the same tumor mass, on the presence of histologically similar neoplasms in extra-gonadal locations along the line of migration of the primitive germ cells from the wall of the yolk sac to the gonadal ridge,298 and on the remarkable homology between the various tumor types in the male and the female. In no other group of gonadal neoplasms is this homology better illustrated.


Germ Cell Obstet Gynecol Germ Cell Tumor Embryonal Carcinoma Cystic Teratoma 
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