The breadth of tumors that can arise in the supratentorial brain in children is extensive. With the exception of those that result in seizures and the highly malignant histologies, supratentorial tumors may come to medical attention later compared with infratentorial tumors, as they are less commonly associated with ventricular obstruction. This article presents an overview of the neuroimaging characteristics of these entities, with particular attention to relevant features that may aid in narrowing the differential diagnosis, including correlation with demographics and clinical presentation.
- Brain tumors
- Desmoplastic infantile tumors
- Embryonal tumors
- Neuroepithelial tumors
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging
- Clinical Neurology