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Cerebral embolism due to non-bacterial thrombotic endocarditis following pregnancy.
  1. J George,
  2. J T Lamb,
  3. D G Harriman


    A case is reported of cerebral embolism with two very unusual features. Two bilaterally symmetrical haemorrhagic infarcts occurred, due to non-bacterial thrombotic cardiac valvular vegetations precipitated by the puerperium in a previously healthy young woman.

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