My 27 mo. old daughter has been seen by many doctors for her abnormal MRI, weight loss, loss of motor development, (she cannot walk) truncal ataxia, inflammatory granulomatous lesions in her muscle, (finding in muscle biposy) hypotonia, fatigability, aspiration, dizziness with motion, nystagmus, muscle weakness, a repetitive kicking motion of her left leg, (mostly affecting the foot) and hair loss of the sides of her head close to her ears. Does anyone have any idea where these symptoms come from or anyone who has had anything close to this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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