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The "capsular warning syndrome" (CWS) is characterized by recurrent stereotypical episodes of motor and/or sensory dysfunction without cortical signs. CWS is a clinically well recognized entity, and carries a significant risk of capsular infarct. The ischemia is most likely ascribable to hemodynamic changes in diseased small penetrating vessels. Treatment remains controversial and none has been proven effective. We described a 66-year-old man having 15 episodes of stereotypical transientpmid:19280869 fatcat:b3yuoaufnfam3hpop2ygntvzyq