Neonatal brain tumors: CT and MR findings.

@article{Radkowski1988NeonatalBT,
  title={Neonatal brain tumors: CT and MR findings.},
  author={Mary Anne Radkowski and Thomas P. Naidich and Tadanori Tomita and Sharon E. Byrd and David G. Mclone},
  journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography},
  year={1988},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={10-20}
}
Twelve neonatal brain tumors, presenting within 60 days of birth, constituted 3.3% of pediatric brain tumors. Three-fourths were supratentorial. Two-thirds were benign. Forty-two percent were choroid plexus papilloma. Twenty-five percent were teratoma. Eight percent each were hypothalamic glioma, gliosarcoma, medulloblastoma, and primitive neuroectodermal tumor. Clinical symptoms were nonspecific. Signs of herniation were absent in all 12 patients. Forty-two percent of these patients died 1 day… CONTINUE READING

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