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Each year, approximately 2 people per 1 million are diagnosed with one of two types of craniopharyngiomas: adamantinomatous and papillary. They typically present in two age groups: in children aged 5 to 14 and in adults aged 50 to 74. Adamantinomatous types can be found in all age groups, whereas papillary subtypes are almost always found in adults.


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