my son is 10yrs old he was admited for high fever all tests were normal fever was under control after 1 week at time of discharge his right leg down side started paining daignosed incidently a thrombus in femoral artery and left ventricular cavity also he was absolutely fine we didi his open heart he is recovering with all blood tests normal .doctor said no structural deformity of heart take rest think as an accident and forget.what is reason for this will he resume his all activities like before i am worried please advise
It is difficult to understand exactly what is going on here. As best as I can interpret, your son had a clot that was noted in the left ventricle of his heart and his right femoral artery one week after an illness with fever—I hope that this is a correct interpretation of what you are saying. If this is correct, I find it hard to understand how his blood tests are normal. I am mostly concerned that he may have an abnormality of control of his ability to clot. However, if his heart is structurally normal, you may be better served discussing this on a pediatric hematology expert forum.
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