I'm curious to learn about the 'most human' teratoma ever recorded. By that I mean a teratoma which most resembles the form of a human being.
I suppose there are several factors which would contribute to this criteria: -Most organs, and components found in a human (e.g. brain, teeth, organs, etc.) -Most closely organized structurally like a developing human.
Also I was wondering. Given the right conditions could a teratoma grow into a living being? Could they theoretically develop the necessary organs to be excised from their host and sustain the functions necessary for survival.
Basically I am curious to learn about the possibility of teratoma maturing into a bonafide organism.