The student's mother told the GCTS
her concern was that "Cintra had been subtly grooming him as his next male partner" and she saw it as a "predatory relationship".
TSS then started to be performed at increasing frequency for suspected metachronous GCTs
and for masses in solitary testis.
This report describes a case of a testicular GCT
presenting as a polypoid endobronchial mass.
(Figure 17) make up 14-22 % of all benign bone tumors and are most common in the 3rd to 5th decades.
do not have a specific appearance.
Finally, the biopsy pathology revealed that was seminoma, a kind of GCTs
. Alveolar lavage fluid was evaluated by tuberculous smear and exfoliated cytology.
Although the most authoritative CPGs (4, 6-8) recommend the measurement of "hCG" and/or "hCG[beta]" in serum for the management of testicular GCTs
, there is evidence that the test is underused and its results are often misinterpreted (9, 10).
Hyperoestrogenism reported in patients with GCT
is related to tumor production of oestrogens, anti-Mullerian hormone, and inhibin B .
Germ cell tumors (GCT
) of the testis are the most common solid tumors diagnosed in males between the ages of 15 and 40 years .
unsaturated soil consolidation apparatus  was used to test the soil-water characteristic curve of the silt that had not experienced wetting or drying cycle under a net stress of 0, a degree of compaction of 96%.
The most common malignant neoplasms of the testis are seminomatous germ cell tumors (GCTs
) and nonseminomatous germ cell tumors (NSGCTs) occurring in postpubertal men, and germ cell neoplasia in situ (GCNIS) is the precursor lesion to both entities.
Second largest group (56/300 or 18.7%) in our study was constituted by germ cell tumors (GCTs
) of both benign and malignant nature.