GBY

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GBYGreen Bay YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association; Green Bay, WI)
GBYGotta Be You (song)
GBYGod Bless You
GBYGonadoblastoma
GBYGardening by the Yard (TV show)
GBYGraham Ballett-Young (photographer, gamer, designer)
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2) La incidencia de gonadoblastomas es aproximadamente del 12%.
34) It is constantly expressed in precursor lesions of malignant germ cell tumors, such as the germ cell component of gonadoblastoma and intratubular germ cell neoplasia.
Dentro de los mosaicismos mas comunes se encuentran 45,X/46,XX; 45,X/46,XXiq y 45,X/46,XY (6) siendo el grado de mosaicismo en ocasiones no relacionado con la severidad del cuadro ni con componentes parentales, excepto en el ultimo caso donde la presencia del cromosoma Y predispone a la aparicion de gonadoblastoma (7) hasta en un 30%.
Early in his career, he described (1953) the remarkable entity gonadoblastoma, and his expanded experience in a later and exhaustive study (1970) left little for others to add.
Calcification have been described in various neoplasm associated with hormone production including duodenal Somatostatinoma, carcinoid tumour, prolactinoma, calcifying Sertoli cell tumour and gonadoblastoma [3].
Additionally, gonadoblastoma is usually a larger lesion than Sertoli cell nodule.
27) According to this classification, germ cell neoplasms are divided roughly into 7 histologic categories: dysgerminoma, yolk sac tumor, embryonal carcinoma, polyembryoma, choriocarcinoma, teratoma, and gonadoblastoma.
Ha relatos de pacientes com cariotipo 45,X em linfocitos de sangue periferico com sequencias Y especificas, descobertas por meios de avaliacao molecular no mesmo tecido, associadas a presenca de gonadoblastomas e disgerminomas gonadais, tornam indispensaveis a utilizacao destas tecnicas em pacientes sem mosaicismo aparente.
True hermaphrodite with bilateral ovotestes, bilateral gonadoblastomas and dysgerminomas, 46, XX/46, XY karyotype, and a successful pregnancy.
They show a high predisposition to ovarian cancer with the most frequent observed histotypes are gonadoblastomas and dysgerminomas, followed by Brenner tumors, malignant teratomas, and mixed endodermal sinus tumors.
Call-Exner-like areas can also be seen in gonadoblastomas [5] and sclerosing stromal tumours of the ovary.