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Figure 1: Skull base tumors in pediatric cases. Axial T1-weighted images after gadolinium showing a heterogeneous localization of the lesion as well as histology, tumors is highlighted with a white arrow. (A) Petroclival undifferentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma. (B) Cerebellopontine angle epidermoid cyst. (C) Jugular foramen meningioma. (D) Cavernous sinus Crooke’s cell adenoma. (E) Petrous temporal bone osteoblastoma. (F) Ethmoid bone ossifying fibroma. (G) Sphenoid bone fibromyxoid sarcoma. (H) Olfactory groove Ewing’s sarcoma. (I) Geniculate ganglion Schwannoma (VII nerve). (J) Bilateral cerebellopontine angle Schwannoma (VIII nerve)

Figure 1: Skull base tumors in pediatric cases. Axial T1-weighted images after gadolinium showing a heterogeneous localization of the lesion as well as histology, tumors is highlighted with a white arrow. (A) Petroclival undifferentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma. (B) Cerebellopontine angle epidermoid cyst. (C) Jugular foramen meningioma. (D) Cavernous sinus Crooke’s cell adenoma. (E) Petrous temporal bone osteoblastoma. (F) Ethmoid bone ossifying fibroma. (G) Sphenoid bone fibromyxoid sarcoma. (H) Olfactory groove Ewing’s sarcoma. (I) Geniculate ganglion Schwannoma (VII nerve). (J) Bilateral cerebellopontine angle Schwannoma (VIII nerve)