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My son had three major brain surgeries at the age

My son had three major brain surgeries at the age of 10 months. It was due to severe child abuse by his father. He had a fractured skull which led to a subdermal hematoma and bleeding on the brain. The surgeries where performed at children's memorial Hermann hospital In Houston, tx in 2006-2007. My question is how do I go about getting an examination now that is 12 yrs old? He is blind in one eye and is adhd, dyslectic and has a few learning disabilities. I am in Corpus Christi TX and would like help finding a neurologist that could help me with a full examination.
                                                       
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