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A right-handed 37-year-old woman presented with right hemiparesis predominantly affecting the lower limb. MRI revealed the left anterior cerebral artery territory infarction (Picture 1). After complete recovery from the hemiparesis, she noticed that she would forget where her right arm was after drawing a curtain and when she moved away from the bed she had left her right leg on it. She habitually laid her right arm on her chest. Line cancellation, flower drawing, and line bisection tests weredoi:10.2169/internalmedicine.50.4931 pmid:21498950 fatcat:niz44uwedrhc3edulvhyrgicy4