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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been discharged from the hospital after checking in for treatment of a blood clot in a vein in her head.
Clinton had checked in at New York Presbyterian/Columbia Hospital in Manhattan on Dec. 30, and was discharged on Jan. 2.
The blood clot, which was found in a space between her brain and skull behind the right ear, was discovered during an exam related to a concussion the secretary, 65, had sustained in January.
Clinton’s series of health setbacks had prevented her from appearing at a Congress probe about the State Department’s handling of the fatal attack on an American mission in Libya and attending President Obama’s announcement that Senator John Kerry is his pick to serve as her successor when she eventually steps down from her cabinet post.