Department of Paediatric Surgery, Post Graduate Institute of Pediatric Sciences, India
*Corresponding author: Pankaj Halder (MS, M.Ch), Assistant Professor, Department of Paediatric Surgery Dr. B.C. Roy, Post Graduate Institute of Pediatric Sciences (PGIPS), Saroda Palli, Panchanon Tala, Baruipur, Kolkata-700144, India, Tel: 09231798777; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission: October 12, 2017; Published: June 11, 2018
ISSN : 2576-9200Volume2 Issue2
Gastric teratoma is relatively rare type of extra gonadal germ cell tumor which comprises <1% of all teratomas. It usually presents with abdominal mass and features of gastric outlet obstruction with or without gastrointestinal bleeding. Complete excision of the tumor is the best mode of treatment. Here, we report a case of gastric teratoma in a two month old male child where we had to go for partial gastrectomy owing to complete removal of the tumor.
Keywords: Congenital; Gastric; Teratoma; Melena
Abbreviations: GT: Gastric Teratoma; USG: Ultrasonography; UGI: Upper Gastrointestinal; CECT: Contrast Enhanced Computed Tomography; AFP: Alpha-Fetoprotein; SOL: Space Occupying Lesion