Being diagnosed with a Thornwaldt's Cyst
at the age of 3 would make her one of the youngest cases ever in this world. Theoretically, it's a benign lesion present from birth. It is usually diagnosed after 15 years of age. I was just wondering at what age her Adenoidectomy
was performed? I will suggest screening CT and detailed MRI
scanning this time around. You will have to rule out other similar conditions like remnant adenoid tissue, Adenoid Retention Cyst, Rathke's Pouch, Encephalocele
and other rarer conditions. A true Thornwaldt's Cyst may require surgical excision or endoscopic marsupialization.
At 3 years, she might be experiencing her first headache. This makes a child fearful and cranky. Consult your Paediatrician and ENT Specialist
for medication to control these symptoms.