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vaso vagel reaction? or seizures

From: Diana Lucena
Date: 4/5/00
Time: 1:14:24 PM
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Hello, If someone can get back to me on this I would greatly appreciate it. Our 6 year old daughter was recently a patient at the North Shore University and was released and put on neuronton 3x a day for seizures. With in the last 6 months in front of me 2x only once at school she had what appeared to be a fainting episode 2 times out of 3 she had vomited slightly I am in question to find out if with vaso vagal can you have an abnormal mass in the frontal lobe the doctors have ruled out tumor and everything else including an anorizm she has had every test you can imagine and all came back normal except for this very small mass in the frontal lobe and an MRA which showed narrowing of the artery to the frontal lobe which could have been also as a result of ending the test or her talking while her mouth was moving up and down so they will do a repeat of this in June. But for now our doctors are in a conflict and one says vaso vagal the other says small frontal lobe seizures. We are at a loss can you tell me if you ever heard of a small mass int he frontal lobe with vaso vagal. I will be so happy as to hear from you thank you Mrs. Lucena



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