• The lupus anticoagulant has been theoretically linked with cerebrovascular dysfunction. All previously described patients, however, have had other con-comitant conditions known to predispose them to stroke. The patient described herein demonstrates the association of a lupuslike anticoagulant with thrombotic vascular occlusion in the central nervous system in the absence of other causes of vasculopathy.
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