choroid plexus papilloma


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choroid plexus papilloma

A rare low-grade (grade-I) choroid plexus tumour, which typically affects children under age 5, the aggressiveness of which is defined by histologic criteria.

Clinical findings
Persistent or new-onset headaches, homonymous visual field defects, anorexia, nausea and vomiting.

Prognosis
Generally good.
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