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Glue sniffing and cerebral infarction.
  1. M J Parker,
  2. M J Tarlow,
  3. J Milne Anderson


    A 12 year old boy who was a habitual glue sniffer developed a dense hemiparesis in association with an episode of glue sniffing. Occlusion of the right middle cerebral artery was found. It is postulated that the stroke was precipitated by an episode of vascular spasm.

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