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Primary cerebral melanoma: An exceptional localization in a case report.

Cerebral melanoma is often related to a secondary location of a cutaneous or mucosal melanoma. However, primary cerebral melanoma is a very rare clinical situation, representing less than 1% of all melanomas and 0.07% of all cerebral tumors. The diagnosis of a primary cerebral melanoma therefore requires rigorous clinical and paraclinical investigations. We report a case of primary cerebral melanoma treated in our onco-radiotherapy department.

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