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absence of left transverse sinuse
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absence of left transverse sinuse

my daughter is 15 months old and based on rmn, she was diagnosed with" absence of left transverse sinuse, no signs of thrombosis". the rmn was done after having 2 seizures ( 40seconds lasting) following a digestive disorder. Now she is in hospital following treatment and several analysis to identify the virus responsible for this episode. What does it means this absence? what are the consequences for her further development and life?
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This could be congenital and normal for her.  In other words, it may not be the cause of the seizures.  Maybe they are just from fever.  
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hi. thanks.
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