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Stage III Primary Retroperitoneal Yolk Sac Tumor with Sarcomatous Components in a 40-year-old Male: A Case Report
  • Zain Talukdar,
  • Hassan Saeed,
  • Nagesh Jadhav
Zain Talukdar
University of Rochester Medical Center

Corresponding Author:zain_talukdar@urmc.rochester.edu

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Hassan Saeed
Rochester Regional Health
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Nagesh Jadhav
Rochester Regional Health
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Primary yolk sac tumors (YST) are rare pre-pubescent tumors. A 40-year-old with chronic testicular swelling was diagnosed with YST with pulmonary metastasis, pulmonary embolism, and left leg DVT, undergoing 4 cycles of BEP chemotherapy and left orchiectomy. This report highlights the aggressive course but adequate treatment response to adult YSTs.