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Table 1 Components of the epignathus and the intracranial tumor

From: An autopsy case of epignathus (immature teratoma of the soft palate) with intracranial extension but without brain invasion: case report and literature review

  epignathus intracranial tumor
ectoderm neural tube, glial tissue, retina, melanocytes, skin and appendages, exocrine glands (resemblings pancreatic tissue) neural tube, glial tissue, choroid plexus
mesoderm cartilage, bone, adipose tissue, smooth muscle, vessels cartilage
endoderm hepatocytes, renal glomeruli, lung, esophagus, gastric mucosa, intestinal mucosa with goblet cells liver, glandular epithelium, exocrine glands (resembling pancreatic tissue)