Non-accidental traumatic brain injury (Shaken Baby Syndrome) results in bleeding inside the skull. There are different types of tissue that hemorrhage or bleed inside the brain and cranium. Clinical presentation is dependent on and determined by the part of the child’s brain or area(s) of lining that is/are bleeding; such as epidural hematomas or hemorrhage, subdural hematomas and intracerebral hematomas that may be present. The location of bleeding determines the type of symptoms a child may experience.
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