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Question The Embryologic Origin of Sacrococcygeal Tumor

what is the origin of the sacrococcygeal tumour? error during?

1.head mesenchyme proliferation
2.hematopoiesis
3.neural crest formation
4.neural tube closure
5.primordial germ cell migration
6.somite development
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I think it's 4
but not sure
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Yes its neural tube closure.
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well sacrococcygeal tumour is a remenant of the primitive streak this much i know but i dun think it is because of neural pore closure..if nethin i think i wud go for primordial cell migration i cudnt find a specific answer wen i googled it as well!
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It's a germ cell tumor, so I would choose primordial germ cell migration...
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Default 5.primordial germ cell migration

The answer is 5.primordial germ cell migration
Its been explained here by Step Taker - Sacrococcygeal Tumor
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