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Figure 8: Patient 14. (a) T1 axial, (b) Flair, (c) T1 sagittal, (d) T2 sagittal and (e) T1 contrast sagittal images showing T1 isointense, T2 hyperintense lesion with superior cystic component and patchy inhomogenous enhancement with perifocal edema. (f) H and E stained sections (×200) showing moderately cellular neoplasm comprising atypical astrocytes in fibrillary background. Tumor cells are round to oval with central vesicular nuclei with moderate amount of cytoplasm. The findings are suggestive of fibrillary astrocytoma grade

Figure 8: Patient 14. (a) T1 axial, (b) Flair, (c) T1 sagittal, (d) T2 sagittal and (e) T1 contrast sagittal images showing T1 isointense, T2 hyperintense lesion with superior cystic component and patchy inhomogenous enhancement with perifocal edema. (f) H and E stained sections (×200) showing moderately cellular neoplasm comprising atypical astrocytes in fibrillary background. Tumor cells are round to oval with central vesicular nuclei with moderate amount of cytoplasm. The findings are suggestive of <i>fibrillary astrocytoma grade</i>