Multiple brain infarcts after orbital inflammation.


A 75-year-old woman developed trigeminal varicella-zoster virus infection complicated by ophthalmoplegia, and visual loss followed by recurrent cerebral infarctions involving small and large intracranial arteries. Medical therapy improved her ophthalmoplegia, but she developed a right hemiparesis and aphasia. 


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