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Adult cerebellar anaplastic astrocytomas (cAA) are rare entities and their clinical and genetic characteristics remain to be fully described. Previously, malignant gliomas of the cerebellum were combined and reviewed together (cAA and cerebellar glioblastomas (cGB), that could have possibly affected overall results. We analyzed characteristics of 15 adult patients with cAA and compared them to a series of 45 patients with a supratentorial AA (sAA). The mean age at cAA diagnosis was 39.3 yearsdoi:10.1101/2020.09.09.20188938 fatcat:sqeblkrydff5rioqoe2xnnsod4