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Figure 3: Complete resection of a giant medulloblastoma (patient 8) in two stages. (A) Magnetic resonance imaging sagittal weighted T1 with gadolinium and (D) MRI coronal weighted T2 depicted a giant posterior fossa tumor. After 4 days of a third ventriculostomy, the tumor was partially resected through a suboccipital craniotomy because of increased bleeding as revealed on the computerized tomography with contrast (B and E) after 30 days and initial adjuvant therapy, the second step was performed with complete resection of the tumor and the patient exhibited a favorable outcome, as revealed on MRI weighted T1 sagittal with gadolinium (C), MRI T2 coronal (F)

Figure 3: Complete resection of a giant medulloblastoma (patient 8) in two stages. (A) Magnetic resonance imaging sagittal weighted T1 with gadolinium and (D) MRI coronal weighted T2 depicted a giant posterior fossa tumor. After 4 days of a third ventriculostomy, the tumor was partially resected through a suboccipital craniotomy because of increased bleeding as revealed on the computerized tomography with contrast (B and E) after 30 days and initial adjuvant therapy, the second step was performed with complete resection of the tumor and the patient exhibited a favorable outcome, as revealed on MRI weighted T1 sagittal with gadolinium (C), MRI T2 coronal (F)