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Pineal parenchymal tumour of intermediate differentiation: a rare differential diagnosis of pineal region tumours.

Pineal parenchymal tumours of intermediate differentiation are a rare type of pineal parenchymal tumours. As indicated by their name, these tumours fall between pineoblastoma (a malignant pineal parenchymal tumour) and pineocytoma (a benign pineal parenchymal tumour). In this article, we present a case of pineal parenchymal tumour of intermediate differentiation that was successfully treated by resection via the supracerebellar approach. We also discuss the differential consideration based on epidemiological, pathological and radiological findings.

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