Craniopharyngioma is a cystic lesion located in or near the hypothalamus.
These patients have increased risk for hypersomnia or narcolepsy but are not routinely evaluated for sleep disturbances with polysomnography (PSG) or multiple sleep latency test (MSLT). Hypersomnia is present with a mean sleep latency (SOL) of = 2 episodes of sleep onset REM (SOREMP) during MSLT is indicative of narcolepsy.
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- Breya Walker, MS