A clearly localized brain tumor - pineocytoma of the pineal gland or pineal gland (corpus pineale) - occurs mainly in adults.
A tumor odontogenic process - ameloblastoma - is of epithelial nature and has a tendency to aggressive growth. The tumor is not malignant, but it can cause bone destruction and, in rare cases, metastasize.
A spleen cyst is a term that combines a number of pathologies, which are characterized by a common symptom - the presence of a cavity formation in the parenchyma of an organ.
A blastoma, a rare type of cancerous neuroectodermal tumor, in the pineal or pineal endocrine gland of the brain is defined as brain pineoblastoma.
Serosocele is a fairly common pathology that can occur at almost any age. However, most often the problem is diagnosed in women 30-45 years old.
A pineal cyst is a vesicular cavity filled with fluid, namely, a glandular secretion. Such a cavity is not of a tumor nature and, as a rule, is not prone to enlargement and progression.
A spleen cyst (ICD-10 code D73.4) is considered rare because it does not always manifest itself, and it is not so easy to find it in the spleen covered with the peritoneum.