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A one-month-old male neonate was brought by his parents for an increasingly enlarging head swelling. There was no history of fever, vomiting, or seizures. On examination, he was alert, and calm. General physical and neurological examination was normal.
What is the most expected origin of tumor?
A. Brain cortex
D. Subcutaneous connective tissue
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