Maria Theophanopoulou

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Desmoplastic infantile gangliogliomas (DIG) are rare intracranial tumors occurring during the 1st year of life. They arise invariably in the supratentorial region and have a great size at presentation, commonly involving more than one lobe. They are composed of a solid peripheral component of variable size, which involves the superficial cerebral cortex and(More)
We report five children with aberrant thymus, four of whom presented with an upper suprasternal mass and one with a lateral neck mass. Awareness of this entity, together with knowledge of its variable presentation, is essential for unnecessary surgery to be avoided. US should be the initial diagnostic approach and occasionally leads to the correct diagnosis.
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