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A mass of rapidly growing cells (an embryonal tumour) that originates in embryonic tissue. The term is also applied to tumours developing later in life but thought to derive from residual embryonic tissue. Embryomas may be benign or malignant; examples include neuroblastomas and Wilms' tumour.

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