craniopharyngioma cra·ni·o·pha·ryn·gi·o·ma (krā’nē-ō-fə-rĭn’jē-ō’mə, -fār’ĭn-jē-)
A tumor of the brain that develops from the epithelium derived from Rathke’s pouch and usually affects children.


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