Embryonal neoplasms are tumours formed from a mass of rapidly growing cells that begin in embryonic (fetal) tissue and express one or more embryo-exclusive genes. They account for 23 % of germ cell tumours. They can be benign or malignant. The disease type does not include neoplasms located in an embryo or foetus.
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