Hillary Clinton was admitted to the hospital on Sunday after a blood clot was discovered during an exam according to ABC News on Dec. 31. The blood clot she suffered is rare but can be life threatening.
The blood clot was found beteween the brain and the skull behind her right ear. This type of blood is called cerebral venous thrombosis. This is a rare condition but can be brought on from dehydration. The doctors have confirmed that Hillary did not suffer a stroke or any neurological damage due to the blood clot.
Clinton was admitted to New York Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday after an exam that was related to her concussion she suffered in December. Clinton fell in her home at the beginning of December and suffered a concussion. She passed out in her home and it is believed it was due to dehydration.
Hillary is expected to make a full recovery from the blood clot. She is being treated with blood thinners.