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CT Scan Anaplasia and pleomorphism with vascular endothelial hyperplasia and necrosis

Brain CT Scan of a patient is shown below. If the biopsy from the lesion demonstrates marked anaplasia and pleomorphism with vascular endothelial hyperplasia and necrosis, what is the most likely diagnosis?

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A) Meningioma
B) Medulloblastoma
C) Glioblastoma multiforme
D) Acoustic neuroma
E) Neuroblastoma
F) Cerebellat astrocytoma
G) Toxoplasma Gondii infection
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From the histology and heterogenously enchancing lesion I would agree with the above. Answer is C.
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C glioblastoma multiform
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the same image of nbme 4 for step 2 ck

C) Glioblastoma multiforme
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C) Glioblastoma multiforme
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