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Congenital desmoplastic fibroma of the cranium

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A case of congenital desmoplastic fibroma of the right parietal area between the two skull tables is presented.

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Correspondence to Izzet Övül.

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Övül, I., Öztop, F. & Zileli, M. Congenital desmoplastic fibroma of the cranium. Child's Nerv Syst 4, 45–46 (1988).

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Key words

  • Desmoplastic fibroma
  • Congenital skull tumors
  • Diploid fibroma
  • Pediatric brain tumor