Subependymomas (SEs) is a rare, benign, noninvasive, slow-growing ependymal tumor located anywhere along the ventricular walls. They arise most frequently in the fourth ventricle followed by the lateral ventricle, and less frequently in the septum pellucidum, third ventricle, and spinal cord. Most SEs are found incidentally at autopsy, but some may produce clinical symptoms.

see Intracranial subependymoma.

see Spinal cord subependymoma.

see Subependymoma Differential Diagnosis.

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