By Misti Crane THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
Strobe lights flashed and snow, like on a television set, appeared before Anna Branscome.
Then came terrible migraines and fainting spells.
The Bloom-Carroll High School student visited her local emergency room more than once, only to be told by doctors that there was nothing they could find, that it was likely in her head, she said.
"Well, it was in my head, but not the way they meant," said Branscome, who was admitted on Wednesday to Nationwide Children's Hospital.
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