A 35-year-old woman with known dilated congestive cardiomyopathy presents with weakness in the left arm and leg and right-sided facial weakness. The best diagnosis is:
A. mural thrombosis of left atrium with embolism
B. mural thrombosis of right atrium with embolism
C. thrombophlebitis of left thigh with embolism
D. thrombophlebitis of right thigh with embolism
E. thrombosis of right middle cerebral artery branch

anshika9319 Asked question July 27, 2021