Central neurocytoma is a tumor of young adults composed of uniform round cells with neuronal differentiation, typically occurring in the lateral ventricles in the region of the foramen of Monro. Patients with central neurocytoma typically present with signs and symptoms of increased intracranial pressure. These may include headache, or decreased responsiveness or even coma. These intraventriciular tumors are usually greyish and friable, with variable degrees of calcification and intratumoral haemorrhage.
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Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, Neurocase, Neurological Sciences, Journal of Neuroradiology, CNS Spectrums, Future Neurology, Epileptic Disorders, Progress in neurological surgery.