My daughter took a fall during a basketball game yesterday and sustained a concussion. They did a CT scan and there was no skull fracture. The symptom that stumped the ER MD and the ophthamolgist on call was as follows: When you bring afinger towards my daughters face at about a foot out she fliches and gets a severe pain in the back of her head. When they tried to look in her eyes with their light tool on ultra low it was all she could was cringing and shaking with pain trying to let them look. The pain was intense. Her sight tested out great with an eye chart. She can stand on one leg, do twirls, her balance is unaffected. Short term sight and light is intense and causes a reaction in the back of the head. Anyone with ideas.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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