Lingual thrombosis in a woman with antiphospholipid syndrome

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A 28-year-old woman, 34 weeks pregnant, with previously diagnosed antiphospholipid syndrome, presents with vesicular tongue lesions treated as herpes outbreak and new onset of preeclampsia. Tongue biopsy preformed postpartum after induction of labor for preeclampsia reveals tongue infarction.

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