Lumps and Bumps on the Head in Children: Use of CT and MR Imaging in Solving the Clinical Diagnostic Dilemma
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Oct 03, 2015 · A skull fracture is a break in the skull bone and generally occurs as a result of direct impact. The skull is deformed by localized impact, which may …
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Calcifiedcephalohematoma Cephalohematoma is a subperiosteal hemorrhage confined by the cranial sutures. The majority of cephalohematomas spontaneously resorb by 1
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS: The presenting signs and symptoms of various scalp and skull lesions are quite similar, regardless of the primary pathology.