Abstract Title:

A case of spontaneous regression of metastatic testicular teratoma.

Abstract Source:

Clin Oncol (R Coll Radiol). 1991 Jan ;3(1):46-8. PMID: 2001342

Abstract Author(s):

C M Woodroffe, S R Jones, M H Cullen

Article Affiliation:

C M Woodroffe


We report the apparently spontaneous regression of metastatic disease in a young man who had previously undergone orchidectomy for a primary testicular teratoma. Serial serum tumour marker estimations revealed a sharp rise followed by a spontaneous decline in levels in a patient who had requested that chemotherapy be deferred for personal reasons.

Study Type : Human: Case Report

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