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Table 1 Clinical profiles of previous cases of cerebral infarction associated with adenomyosis

From: Systemic thromboembolism including multiple cerebral infarctions with middle cerebral artery occlusion caused by the progression of adenomyosis with benign gynecological tumor: a case report

Case Age Occurrence during menstruation CA125
(U/mL)
CA19-9
(U/mL)
D-dimer
(µg/mL)
Hb
(g/dL)
Major cerebral artery Treatment for CI Treatment for denomyosis Recurrence of CI
1 [1] 45 - 159 - 1.1 8.4 Normal Heparin, antiplatelet therapy GnRH agonist -
2 [1] 44 - - - - 7 Normal Heparin, warfarin GnRH agonist -
3 [1] 50 + 42.6 - 0.57 6.9 Normal Aspirin GnRH agonist -
4 [1] 42 + 1750 - 6 8.6 Normal Antiplatelet therapy GnRH agonist +
         Heparin, warfarin GnRH agonist -
5 [6] 59 - 334.8 - 7 - - Antithrombotic therapy - -
6 [7] 48 - 901 1791 1.9 8.5 Occlusion of the left M1 of MCA Heparin, warfarin Hysterectomy -
7 [8] 49 - 379 69.2 3.99 9.9 Normal Anticoagulant Hysterectomy -
8 [2] 44 + 2115 1824 17 10.3 Severe stenosis in the right M2of MCA Heparin, rivaroxaban GnRH agonist +
          Hysterectomy -
9 [3] 42 - 395 - 1.4 - Occlusion of the left M2 of MCA Warfarin - -
10 [3] 50 - 143 - 3.7 - After occlusion of the left M1 of MCA,
partial reperfusion of MCA
Rivaroxaban - -
11 [4] 34 + 937.1 462.5 1.05 13.4 Normal - - -
12 [4] 37 + 735.7 43.2 12.04 10.8 Normal - - -
13 [4] 46 + 546.5 1076.6 2.34 12.1 Stenosis of the right PCA - Hysterectomy -
14 [5] 34 + 937.7 - 27.4 11.2 Severe stenosis in the right M1 of MCA Heparin, antiplatelet therapy - -
15 48 + 3536.2 892.1 79.3 8.2 Occlusion of the right M1 of MCA Heparin, edoxaban
Endovascular thrombectomy
Hysterectomy -
  1. Abbreviations: CA cancer antigen; CI cerebral infarction; GnRH gonadotropin-releasing hormone; Hb hemoglobin concentration; MCA middle cerebral artery; PCA posterior cerebral artery