• A 36-year-old obese woman with hyperglycemia and immunosuppression died of bilateral internal carotid artery occlusion associated with mucormycosis. This report describes a rare case in which cerebral mucormycosis occurred without the usual preceding clinical evidence of nasal and orbital infection.
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