We present a case of ischaemic stroke in the context of polyneuropathy, organomegaly, endocrinopathy, monoclonal gammopathy and skin changes (POEMS) syndrome associated with cerebral vasculitis as confirmed by imaging. There is little information on the prevalence of cerebral vasculitis in POEMS patients, and we found only one previous report of such case in the literature.
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Contributors LV saw the patient in Dr Wierman’s office, followed the case, did a literature search, wrote the case with detailed discussion. AW was treating the case, followed him in her clinic, developed the idea for write up, gave the concept to the case and did critical thinking and editing. HA supervised the process, did critical editing both for science part and manuscript aspects. He edited the manuscript repeatedly and submitted it to the journal.
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