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AbstractThe giant cell tumor of bone is a primary neoplasm, which can be locally aggressive, benign or low grade malignant tumors, that is uncommon in the vertebrae above the sacrum and even more rare in the cervical spine. Tumor radical excision, "en bloc" is considered the ideal treatment, however frequently not doable, mainly in the cervical spine due to critical neurovascular structures involvement. Adjuvant radiotherapy can be used in cases of subtotal resection or tumor relapse, loweringdoi:10.1055/s-0038-1625746 fatcat:w2rkfbxfvvgm5gmv2bnrgdyyem