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- 1.1. Review of the literature shows some divergence of opinion as to the benign or malignant state of these tumors.
- 2.2. Reports of cases of survival (both in the literature and in my series) are those in which the primary growth showed no evidence of extension.
- 3.3. These tumors are not radiosensitive.
- 4.4. Asymptomatology; normal secondary sex characteristics, and any age group are more often found than the reverse.
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Received: December 15, 1945
© 1946 Published by Elsevier Inc.