Central nervous system tumors of childhood

E N Faerber, N V Roman
Radiologic Clinics of North America 1997, 35 (6): 1301-28
Primary tumors of the central nervous system are the most common solid tumors of childhood. Although numerous tumors of the brain and spine are common to both pediatric and adult population groups, there are many tumors unique to infancy and childhood. This article describes the characteristic locations, clinical presentations, and imaging features of these tumors.

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