What is the Most Common Testicular Tumor in Infants?
The most common testicular tumors in young children are teratomas and yolk sac tumors. A teratoma is a germ cell tumor that, when seen under a microscope, looks like the three layers of a growing embryo. These are the most common benign testicular tumors. Children usually show signs of a teratoma at around 14 months of age.
A yolk sac tumor resembles the yolk sac of an early human embryo. While yolk sac tumors are dangerous if they develop in adult males, among young children, they are often treated successfully.
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