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Las lesiones paraselares son lesiones de muy baja prevalencia y pueden ser, entre otros tumores, aneurismas, quistes o granulomas. Craniopharyngiomas are often cystic tumors, craneogaringioma suprasellar, resulting from embryonic cell remnants of Rathke’s pouch.

Although benign, these tumors can be aggressive and frequently have neurological and endocrinological sequelae. Craniopharyngiomas usually develop in children or in the elderly.

Symptoms depend on localization, size, potential for growth, and age of onset. Clinically, craniopharyngiomas usually manifest onfantil a combination of symptoms and signs of intracranial hypertension, visual alterations, hormone deficiencies, and hypothalamic dysfunction.

Intracellular lesions can mimic pituitary adenoma. Neuroimaging techniques, especially magnetic resonance imaging, allow these lesions to be characterized. Their appearance varies depending on the proportion of solid and cystic components, on the possible calcifications, and on the composition of an eventual cyst.

Complete endocrinological and ophthalmological evaluation should be performed before establishing the therapeutic approach. The therapeutic options include surgery, radiotherapy, and a combination of both. The optimal extension of surgery is controversial. Currently, a conservative approach combining less aggressive surgery with radiotherapy is preferred. Radiotherapy without surgery is only applicable in patients with very small tumors.



Other approaches include intermittent aspiration by stereotactic puncture, placement of a reservoir, cystic wall sclerosis through drugs, or internal radiation with radioisotopes. Parasellar lesions have a very low prevalence and can consist of cystic aneurysms or granulomas, among other tumors.

Neuroimaging techniques, both computed tomography and MRI, are useful for characterizing the lesion. Documentos de los Grupos de Trabajo. Clinical practice guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of craniopharyngioma and other parasellar lesions.

Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge. Other approaches include intermittent aspiration by stereotactic puncture, placement of a reservoir, cystic wall sclerosis through drugs, or internal radiation with radioisotopes. Neuroimaging techniques, both computed tomography and MRI, are useful for characterizing the lesion. A clinical and pathological review.

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