Primary Amelanotic CNS Melanoma: Case Report and Literature Review

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Abstract

Primary malignant melanomas of the central nervous system (CNS) are rarely seen entities in the clinical routine. Primary amelanotic melanomas are even rarer. In our literature review, we found only six case reports of primary amelanotic CNS melanomas. Our case report describes the course of a 71-year-old man with a primary amelanotic CNS melanoma with secondary spread to the spine.

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