The hypercoagulable state in patients with cancer has been shown to be closely associated with ischemic stroke. However, it is unlikely that benign tumors are related to stroke. The development of benign uterine tumors is common in middle-aged women. Previous studies have shown cases of ischemic stroke with benign uterine tumor, but the causal relationship between these 2 remain unknown. We report a case of recurrent ischemic stroke in a middle-aged woman who had a benign uterine tumor. After excision, there was no recurrence for 2 years.

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