Embryonal carcinoma

How quickly do embryonal carcinomas progress to stage IV?

Embyronal carcinomas are commonly described as rapidly progressive tumors, however diagnosis of advanced embryonal carcinoma is rare as symptoms tend to present early and prompt evaluation. While we did not find specific information regarding stage IV disease, one study reported a delayed diagnosis of 134 days to be associated with stage III disease (101 days for stage II; 75 days for stage I).

Last updated on 05-01-20

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