Gastric teratomas are very rare embryonal neoplasms and accounts for less than 1% of all teratomas occurring in infants and children. It is usually seen in male infants who present with upper abdominal mass and commonly it is benign. This report describes a large immature grade II gastric teratoma in a male newborn. The tumor was treated with total excision including part of the stomach.
Key words: Gastric teratoma, newborn, immature.
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