1 Cardiology Department, Mother and Child Health Institute of Serbia; Belgrade, Serbia.
2 School of Medicine, University of Belgrade; Belgrade, Serbia.
3 Neurology Department, Mother and Child Health Institute of Serbia; Belgrade, Serbia.
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|Table 1. Laboratory finding of our patient during the in-hospital stay.|
|Figure 1. Echocardiography examination of our patient. A pedunculated bifid mobile 14x10 mm mass at the apex of the left ventricle.|
|Figure 2. MRI angiography examination of our patient. The perfusion defect in the MCA territory, especially in its terminal branches.|
|Supplement 1. EEG findings in our patient (longitudinal montage, 70 -100 mcV/cm sensitivity, 30 mm/cm speed, frequency filters: low-pass 70 Hz, high-pass 1 Hz)|