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Nitin Sethi, MD

2 thoughts on “Disclaimer

  1. The hospital we went to failed to use diagnostic tests (EEG) and this resulted in 3 months delayed treatment due to one doctor believing another and believing another. BEWARE OF THIS! Go to a competent hospital and tell them you will not leave until they figure out what is wrong with your child.

    1. Dear Chris,
      thank you for writing in. Infantile spasms can at times be very subtle and unless one maintains a high index of suspicion the brief extensor or flexor spasm may be missed.

      Personal Regards,
      Nitin Sethi, MD

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