Benign fibrous histiocytoma (BFH) within the intracerebral region is remarkably rare. Our report details 2 cases of unusual BFH instances that exhibit no adhesion to the dura mater or cerebral falx, accompanied by a comprehensive literature review. While magnetic resonance imaging demonstrates specific characteristics for BFH, it does not readily differentiate BFH from more common brain neoplasms like gliomas and metastatic tumors. The definitive diagnosis of BFH depends primarily on histopathological and immunohistochemical examinations. Total surgical resection is considered an efficacious therapeutic approach, emphasizing the necessity for prolonged postoperative surveillance to detect any potential tumor recurrence or metastasis.

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