Part I. Infectious Conditions: 1. Neurosyphilis and stroke; 2. Vasculitis and stroke due to tuberculosis; 3. Stroke due to fungal infections; 4. Stroke and vasculitis in patients with cysticercosis; 5. Stroke in patients with bacterial meningitis with a focus on pneumococcus and Lyme disease; 6. Cerebrovascular and neurologic complications of Kawasaki disease; 7. Cerebrovascular problems in Chagas' disease; 8. Stroke in persons infected with HIV; 9. Infective endocarditis; 10. Varicella zoster and other virus-related cerebral vasculopathy; Part II. Inflammatory Conditions: 11. Primary angiitis of the CNS; 12. Temporal arteritis; 13. Takayasu disease; 14. Behcet's disease; 15. Stroke and neurosarcoidosis; Part III. Hereditary and Genetic Conditions and Malformations: 16. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations; 17. Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (OWR disease); 18. CADASIL; 19. CARASIL; 20. Sickle-cell disease and other hemoglobinopathies; 21. Cerebrovascular complications of Fabry's disease; 22. Marfan syndrome; 23. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum; 24. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome; 25. Progeria; 26. MELAS and other mitochondrial disorders; 27. Sturge-Weber syndrome; 28. Von Hippel-Lindau disease; 29. Familial aneurysms; 30. Cerebral cavernous malformations and developmental venous anomalies; 31. Cerebrovascular manifestations of the neurofibromatosis; 32. Menkes' disease; 33. Wyburn-Mason syndrome; 34. Divry-van Bogaert disease; 35. Blue rubber bleb syndrome; Part IV. Vascular Conditions of the Eyes, Ear and Brain: 36. Eales retinopathy; 37. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy; 38. Microangiopathy of the retina, inner ear and brain: Susac's Syndrome; 39. Hereditary endotheliopathy with retinopathy, nephropathy and stroke; 40. Cogan's syndrome; Part V. Disorders Involving Abnormal Coagulation: 41. Antiphospholipid syndrome; 42. Disseminated intravascular disease; 43. Bleeding disorders; 44. Thrombophilia; 45. Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura; 46. Cerebrovascular complications of Henoch-Schonlein purpura; Part VI. Systemic Disorders that Also Involve the Cerebrovascular System: 47. Microscopic polyangiitis and polyarteritis nodosa; 48. Churg-Strauss syndrome; 49. Systemic lupus erythematosus and cerebrovascular disease; 50. Rheumatoid arthritis and cerebrovascular disease; 51. Hyperviscosity and stroke; 52. Calcium, hypercalcemia, magnesium and brain ischemia; 53. Stroke and substance abuse; 54. Cancer and paraneoplastic stroke; 55. Degos' disease (malignant atrophic papulosis); 56. Stroke in patients who have inflammatory bowel diseases; 57. Sweet syndrome; 58. Nephrotic syndrome and other renal diseases and stroke; 59. Epidermal nevus syndrome; 60. Sneddon's syndrome; 61. Bone disorders and cerebrovascular diseases; 62. Scleroderma; 63. Hypereosonophilic syndrome; 64. Radiation-induced vascular disease; 65. Lymphomatoid granulomatosis; Part VII. Non-Inflammatory Disorders of the Arterial Wall: 66. Cervico-cephalic arterial dissections; 67. Cerebral amyloid angiopathies; 68. Moyamoya disease and syndrome; 69. Dilatative arteriopathy (Dolichoectasia); 70. Paradoxical embolism and stroke; 71. Fibromuscular dysplasia; 72. Aortic dissection; Part VIII. Venous Occlusive Conditions: 73. Cerebral venous sinus occlusions; Part IX. Vasospastic Conditions and other Miscellaneous Vasculopathies: 74. Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndromes; 75. Eclampsia and stroke during pregnancy and the puerperium; 76. Migraine and migraine-like conditions; 77. Intravascular lymphoma.