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Initial diagnosis of brain tumours 

Initial diagnosis of brain tumours
Initial diagnosis of brain tumours
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date: 01 March 2021

Brain tumour: initial management 58

Pineal, suprasellar, and atypical tumours 60

Posterior fossa tumours 62

Brain stem and visual pathway tumours 64

Supratentorial tumours 66

Children and young people with brain tumours present with a variety of symptoms, including raised intracranial pressure, focal seizures, neurological signs, and endocrinopathies....

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