9080/0 Cystic teratoma, NOS


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Teratoma, benign

Definitions

Tumours of the central nervous system
ICD-O-3 topography code: C70, C71 and C72

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.



Thymus
ICD-O-3 topography code: C37

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.



Nasal cavity and Sinuses
ICD-O-3 topography code: C30-C31

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.



Pancreas
ICD-O-3 topography code: C25

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.



Ovary
ICD-O-3 topography code: C56

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.



Cervix uteri
ICD-O-3 topography code: C53

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.

Cervical teratomas present as smooth, sometimes pedunculated cervical polyps1
 
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Bronchus and lung
ICD-O-3 topography code: C34

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.



Fallopian tube and Uterine ligaments
ICD-O-3 topography code: C57

A benign teratoma which is composed entirely of well differentiated, adult-type tissues, without evidence of fetal-type tissues. They typically consist of variable
admixtures of mature skin, skin appendages, fat, glial tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage, bone, minor salivary glands, respiratory epithelium and gastrointestinal epithelium.