plz answer this question

9/16/2010 2:40:26 PM
Sacrococcygeal teratoma in a stillborn is a defect arising during which of the following process?

A) Head messenchyme proliferation
B) Hematopoesies
C) Neural crest formation
D) Neural tube closure
E) Primodial germ cell migration
F) Somite development


9/17/2010 4:41:28 PM
c. not sure though
edited by tnehal on 9/17/2010


9/19/2010 3:24:23 PM
Talat wrote:
c. not sure though
edited by tnehal on 9/17/2010


dear its c as it arises from primitive streak


9/19/2010 3:24:50 PM
sorry e ok...


9/20/2010 3:00:02 AM
why not E


9/20/2010 8:21:02 AM
teratoma is germ cell tumor .. SO answer is E


9/23/2010 4:18:36 PM
invisible wrote:
teratoma is germ cell tumor .. SO answer is E


Thnx....u rt


9/23/2010 8:45:44 PM
ya its e


9/20/2015 7:06:17 PM
Hi

I know this is an old thread, but why use the word stillborn? Doesn't anyone realise that people who are expecting a baby with sCT read this stuff? Babies who have sacrococcygeal teratoma are not all stillborn, yes OK the OP was likely a student when the question was posed but had I come across this question while I was pregnant with my baby it would have upset me.

My baby survived, not only did she survive but she is doing really well. Sacrococcygeal Teratoma in a baby please NOT sacrococcygeal Teratoma in a stillborn.


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