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Brainstem and thalamic haemorrhage following cannabis consumption
  1. Ruchika Tandon,
  2. Sudhir Kumar Verma,
  3. Narendra Singh
  1. Department of Medicine, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow, India
  1. Correspondence to Dr Ruchika Tandon, Department of Medicine, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow 226003, India; rtlib161080{at}gmail.com

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Cannabis, an illicit recreational substance, is considered to be relatively safe by the public.1 However, potential health risks, particularly cardiovascular risks, are a cause of concern.2 Ischaemic and rarely haemorrhagic strokes may occur with cannabis use.2–4 Stroke usually ensues following chronic cannabis use or with concomitant use of tobacco and cannabis.2 3

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