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Based on Pasteur's own documents and studies devoted to him, we reconstruct the clinical presentation of his disease. At the age of 46, Pasteur suffered a left hemiplegia, probably with definitive dequellae related to a cavernoma. Ten years later, he developed signs of disturbed expression then a pseudo-bulbar syndrome. Possible causes are discussed.