A patient presents with a unilateral testicular mass and feeling of heaviness in the scrotum. He also has hydrocele of the testes. AFP levels are normal, however, the HCG levels are increased. Grossly the tumor appears as a tan lobulated mass. What is a key microscopic feature seen in this tumor?
Fried egg appearance
Spindle shaped cells
None of the above
All of the above
A 2 year old child presents with a well demarcated tumor with cuboidal columnar cells in sheets and papillae, called Schiller duval bodies. Which of following levels are increased?
Stage 2 represents metastasis to retroperitoneal nodes below the _ whereas Stage _ represents metastasis beyond the retroperitoneal nodes
Malformation of the urethral groove and urethral canal at the ventral surface is _ and at the dorsal surface is _