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Thalamic Syndrome

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#1 Mary M

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Posted 03 December 2010 - 07:38 PM

So, at first this might not seem PANDAS related but what if somehow this is why some of our children suffer from "the pain of wearing clothes, the sound of talking, whispering, music, sensory issues, etc". I do NOT mean to imply in any way that our kids have had a stroke but perhaps the inflammation in the basal ganglia, which communicates with and lies quite near the thalamus, results in some pain and sensory processing issues that are in some way related. The only bad news is they seem to know less about Thalamic Syndrome than PANDAS. I work with a nurse who was just diagnosed with this so if anyone has any futher information she'd be very grateful to learn more.




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