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Calcified amorphous tumor (CAT) is a non-neoplastic tumor composed of calcified nodules consisting of amorphous fibrous material, and it may eventually cause cerebral infarction (CI). We experienced a 67-year-old woman with CAT who had recurrent CI. After excision of the CAT, the CI did not show recurrence. A review of previous papers on CI due to CAT in Pubmed revealed that 7 of 13 studies originated in Japan and that CI can occur even with small CAT. Surgical treatment is recommended todoi:10.2169/internalmedicine.6262-20 pmid:33612675 fatcat:dbuwogh2r5evlopqkpdthkiliy