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Craniopharyngioma--occurs most commonly in children but also in men and women in their 50s and 60s.
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Hodgkin`s lymphoma..........at 20 years old and then in old age...60s
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IBD- 20-30s and 60s
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Granulosa cell tumors- Prepubertal (Precocious puberty) Postmenopausal (postmenopausal bleeding, uterine hypertrophy & absence of menopausal s/s)
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myasthenia gravis
women younger than 40 and in men older than 60.
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AORTIC STENOSIS:

Elderly above sixty (due to valve calcification)

Teens and early twenties (Due to congenitally bicuspid or fused Aortic Valve)
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