Approximately 1 week after the first MRI evaluation (Fig. 1), patients underwent brain neurosurgery. Complete resection (defined as the resection of more than 98% of a tumor (40)) was performed on two patients, subtotal resection (defined as the resection between the 50 and 98% of a tumor) on three patients, partial resection (resection of less the 50% of a tumor) on one patient, and biopsy on the remaining two patients. There were no intraoperative complications and postoperative CT scans ruled out postoperative intracranial bleeding, tension pneumoencephalon, ischemia, or brain swelling. See table S1 and the “Sample” section for the immunohistochemical findings.

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