Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, rang in the New Year in the hospital.
She was admitted Sunday after doctors found a blood clot between her brain and her skull.
After a day of questions about where her blood clot was located, Clinton's doctors issued the following statement "a clot is in the vein that is situated in the space between the brain and the skull, behind the right ear."
The clot resulted from a concussion she suffered, when she struck her head during a serious struggle with stomach flu.
Clinton's medical team has been treating her since Sunday in a New York hospital with blood thinners to dissolve that clot.
Once the medication dose has been established, they say she will be released.