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Craniopharyngioma symptoms are linked to conditions that happen when something affects your or your child’s pituitary and hypothalamus glands, optic nerves and brain. In children, growth and development can be affected, which can be more obvious than when a craniopharyngioma develops in an adult. In both children and adults, vision can be affected, particularly parts of their peripheral vision. However, these symptoms can be similar to other conditions, making it difficult for healthcare providers to quickly conclude the symptoms are caused by this tumor.


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