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A 77-year-old woman with no history of epilepsy presented a probable nonconvulsive status epilepticus while receiving continuous intravenous morphine for back pain relating to vertebral metastasis of a malignant lymphoma. A generalized tonic-clonic seizure occurred a few minutes after injection of the morphine antagonist naloxone. No cerebral lesion was(More)
A 36-year-old woman experienced an excruciating right retro-orbital paroxysmal headache after a stroke of the anterior two-thirds of the right hemicord at the C1 level (anterior spinal artery territory) and the dorsal medulla (posterior spinal artery territory). A right vertebral artery dissection was demonstrated. This unusual infarct mimicked a cluster(More)
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