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Symptoms of craniopharyngioma can be caused by pressure building up in the brain, or by the tumor pressing on nerves or blood vessels so that the brain cannot function properly in those areas. Generally, craniopharyngioma is not diagnosed until a child has symptoms. Children with craniopharyngioma may experience any of the symptoms or signs listed below.
General symptoms include: