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Nuclear Protein of the Testis Midline Carcinoma
Journal of Medical Cases
Nuclear protein in testis (NUT) carcinomas are rare aggressive carcinomas characterized by chromosomal rearrangement that involve the gene encoding the NUT. This carcinoma was recognized in the thymus in 2004 WHO classification as a carcinoma with t(15;19) translocation, and it is also referred to as NUT carcinoma. However, currently, there is still sparse information about this entity which is treated as a very aggressive carcinoma with a median survival of 7 months. We report a case of adoi:10.14740/jmc3001w fatcat:p4ypinbvsrabdja3qfijx47q6e