|ECR 2019 / C-2186|
|Skull lesions in pediatrics: a mnemonic to remember them.|
In pediatrics, skull lesions are not frequent, they can be identified as incidental findings or as manifestations of pathologies. Performing an adequate radiological approach is essential because it defines the requirement of pathological confirmation, especially in aggressive lesions that generate invasion of adjacent soft tissues, including the brain parenchyma. Likewise, it is necessary to consider those findings that do not correspond with neoplasm, but instead to conditions without pathological meaning or post- traumatic sequelae.