UDS, CBC and CMP were grossly within normal limits.
CT head without contrast: negative for hemorrhage or herniation, no evidence of acute stroke
or structural abnormality.
MRI Head with and without contrast: 8mm FLAIR hyperintensity in the medial right cerebellum of undetermined etiology but a demyelinating focus, subacute infarct or low grade glial tumor
should be considered. Repeat imaging is recommended.
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VEEG: negative for epileptiform activity.
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