Case contributed by Dr Ayush Goel



Patient Data

Age: 12 yrs
Gender: Female

Lobulated multicystic suprasellar mass with calcifications, suggestive of craniopharyngioma. VP shunt in situ.

Case Discussion

Pathologically proven case of craniopharyngioma (adamantinomatous).

Craniopharyngiomas are relatively benign (WHO grade I) neoplasms which typically arise in the sellar/suprasellar region. They account for ~1-5% of primary brain tumors, and can occur anywhere along the infundibulum (from floor of the third ventricle, to the pituitary gland).

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Case information

rID: 34703
Published: 11th Mar 2015
Last edited: 14th Aug 2019
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