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Cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a well-defined, homogeneous, contrast-enhanced mass, of about 2.5–3 cm, which caused a compression of the brainstem and obliteration of the fourth ventricle, which was significantly dilated. A metabolic study showed reduced acetyl aspartame with an elevated choline–creatinine …

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