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White Matter Disorder???

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Unread 12-31-2012, 10:31 PM   #1
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Unhappy White Matter Disorder???

Does anyone have any info on White Matter Disorder? Or any personal exp with it? My 6 yr old child has recently been diagnosed with it. She is also Autistic. The only thing I know is that most often it comes after a traumatic head injury. My child has never had a major head injury. Her Neourologist thinks she has had it since birth. He hasnt been very specific on if there are different types or stages. Does it progress? Is It curable?? All I know we continue to go in for ct scans and MRI's. Im just curious if anyone may have info.... Thanks
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