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Hypercoagulable state may be an important first presentation in malignancies especially pancreatic cancer. The trousseau syndrome is caused by venous thrombosis, non-bacterial thrombotic endocarditis and arterial thrombosis. We describe a patient who had the cerebral infarction as the initial manifestation of pancreatic cancer and we discuss that full work up for every patient with atypical stroke should be done. Case Presentation: We report a 67-year-old man who developed multiple cerebraldoi:10.5812/ijcm.9052 fatcat:fwzzhqeohbdxljhimcl2bte4wu