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Coexistence Of Adamantinomatous And Squamous‐papillary Type Craniopharyngioma: Case Report And Discussion Of Etiology And Pathology

Tomu Okada, K. Fujitsu, Teruo Ichikawa, Shigeo Mukaihara, K. Miyahara, Syougo Kaku, Yasuhiro Uryuu, H. Niino, S. Yagishita, T. Shiina
Published 2012 · Biology, Medicine

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Craniopharyngiomas are histopathologically classified as adamantinomatous type (AD) and squamous‐papillary type (SP). However coexistence of a mixed type seen on histopathologic specimens has not been reported. In this report, a patient diagnosed with mixed type craniopharyngioma is presented and the etiology and pathologic features are discussed.
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