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Is treatment at AIIMS better for my son who has dual ring in his neck, squint eye and has seizures ?

my son was born with dual ring in his nack,he was not weeped.then after nine months squints occurs in eyes.and siezere when he was feverish when he was 1 yr. old. then i started the treatment at shakar netralaya chennai & as wel as with neuro specialist dr.v.vishwanath at chennai .now he is taking madicine viz syp valparin 5ml,tab topamac25 morning and 7 ml,tab topamac 50mg. at night and some psysiotherapy & occupational therapy kindly suggest me better treatment in aiims in delhi.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Aug 2011
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hello mr paul
it seems your son has had a neurological damage at birth. i assume that being treated by good doctors and a good hospital you must have reached a final neurological diagnosis.
it is important to know about the case details and reports of mri brain etc to help you further. meanwhile incase you are looking for a second opinion in delhi ,you can certainly meet the neurology team at would need to see the doctor in the OPD with all your reports.
wish your son good health.
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