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Background: Medulloblastoma MB is the most common central nervous system CNS malignant tumor in children and reaches its peak in the first decade of life. Although molecular subtypes are well defined, the impact of other prognostic variables, such as postoperative residual tumor PRT and the presence of neuroaxis dissemination NAD are controversial.
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