Little is known about the molecular features of desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma (DIG) and desmoplastic infantile astrocytoma (DIA). We performed a genome-wide DNA copy number analysis in combination with a multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification–based analysis of copy number changes of candidate genes in 4 DIAs and 10 DIGs. Molecular inversion probe (MIP) assay showed that large chromosomal alterations were rare among DIG and DIA. Focal recurrent genomic losses were observed in chromosome regions such as 5q13.3, 21q22.11, and 10q21.3 in both DIA and DIG. Principal component analysis did not show any significant differences between the molecular profiles of DIG and DIA, and a hierarchical cluster analysis did not clearly separate the 2 tumor groups according to their molecular profiles. In 6 cases, gain of genomic material at 7q31 (corresponding to MET gene) was found in multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification (MLPA) analysis. Furthermore, two cases showed gain at 4q12, and a single case showed BRAFV600E mutation. In agreement with previous analyses, this study demonstrates the absence of consistent recurrent chromosomal alterations in DIA and DIG and overall rarity of the BRAFV600E mutation in these tumors. Notably, these results suggest that DIA and DIG represent a histologic spectrum of the same tumor rather than 2 separate entities.