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Comparative RNA-seq analysis aids in diagnosis of a rare pediatric tumor.

  • Author(s): Sanders, Lauren M
  • Rangaswami, Arun
  • Bjork, Isabel
  • Lam, Du Linh
  • Beale, Holly C
  • Kephart, Ellen Towle
  • Durbin, Ann
  • Learned, Katrina
  • Currie, Rob
  • Lyle, A Geoffrey
  • Pfeil, Jacob
  • Shah, Avanthi Tayi
  • Lee, Alex G
  • Leung, Stanley G
  • Behroozfard, Inge H
  • Breese, Marcus R
  • Peralez, Jennifer
  • Hazard, Florette K
  • Lacayo, Norman
  • Spunt, Sheri L
  • Haussler, David
  • Salama, Sofie R
  • Sweet-Cordero, E Alejandro
  • Vaske, Olena M
  • et al.

Gliomatosis peritonei is a rare pathologic finding that is associated with ovarian teratomas and malignant mixed germ cell tumors. The occurrence of gliomatosis as a mature glial implant can impart an improved prognosis to patients with immature ovarian teratoma, making prompt and accurate diagnosis important. We describe a case of recurrent immature teratoma in a 10-yr-old female patient, in which comparative analysis of the RNA sequencing gene expression data from the patient's tumor was used effectively to aid in the diagnosis of gliomatosis peritonei.

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