Neuroblastoma (NB) is a type of cancer that forms in certain types of nerve tissue. It most frequently starts from one of the adrenal glands but can also develop in the neck, chest, abdomen, or spine. [Source: Wikipedia ]

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Is A
Neurogenic neoplasm
Metastatic neuroblastoma
May Cause
Abdominal calcification in an infant or child
Adrenal calcification
Adrenal insufficiency
Adrenal tumor
Brain metastasis
Calcification in bladder wall or lumen
Calcified liver metastasis
Calcified mediastinal mass
Chest wall lesion
Displacement of the thoracic paraspinal line
Early loss of teeth
Enlarged iliopsoas muscle
Enlarged intervertebral foramen
Enlarged orbital rectus muscles
Enlarged superior orbital fissure
Extradural lesion with abnormal adjacent bone
Extradural lesion with normal adjacent bone
Extradural spinal lesion
Extraglobal calcification
Extrinsic indentation on duodenum
Fetal chest mass
Fetal intra-abdominal calcification
Fetal neck mass
Floating teeth
Focal calcification in kidney
Hair-on-end skull
Hydrops fetalis
Hyperechoic liver metastasis with acoustic shadowing
Hypodense supratentorial lesion
Increased prevertebral space in infants or children
Increased retrogastric or retroduodenal space
Intraocular mass in a child
Intraventricular lesion
Isodense intracranial lesion
Juxtadiaphragmatic lesions in children
Large fetal abdomen during third trimester
Lesion of perinephric space
Localized periosteal reaction
Localized sunburst pattern in skull
Long rib lesion
Lower abdominal calcification
Mandibular periostitis
Mass displacing kidney
Massive pleural effusion
Meningeal metastasis
Metaphyseal bone lesion
Metaphyseal fragmentation
Metaphyseal spur
Metastasis to skull
Moderately enhancing intracranial lesion
Neck mass
Neonatal renal mass
Nonvisceral abdominal calcification
Orbital wall lesion
Osteolytic metastasis
Pachymeningeal enhancement
Paraspinal soft-tissue mass
Pediatric chest tumor
Pelvic mass in an infant or child
Permeative osteolytic lesion
Polyostotic bone lesions in an infant or young child
Polyostotic bone lesions in children
Radiolucent metaphyseal bands
Renal mass in a child
Retrobulbar mass
Rib lesion in a child
Round cell bone lesion
Sacral neoplasm
Skull metastasis
Soft-tissue neck mass
Solid pelvic mass
Solitary collapsed vertebra
Solitary thoracic calcification
T1-hyperintense adrenal mass
T1-hyperintense intracranial lesion
T2-hyperintense adrenal mass
T2-hypointense intracranial lesion
T2-intermediate adrenal mass
Unilateral adrenal enlargement
Unilateral exophthalmos
Upper abdominal mass in a neonate or child
Wide superior mediastinum in an infant or child
May Be Caused by
Costello syndrome