cephalhematoma


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Synonyms for cephalhematoma

a collection of blood under the scalp of a newborn

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In the present study, G6PD deficiency and Cephalhematoma were documented as the cause ofjaundice in 5.
2006) found that girls who were born very preterm, small for gestational age, and those who experienced a cephalhematoma at birth were at increased risk for developing anorexia nervosa later in life.
Other causes of the lumps included cephalhematoma deformans, eosinophilic granuloma, or occult meningoceles or encephaloceles.
1 was used to indicate diagnoses of caput succedaneum, cephalhematoma, and chignon, a situation that made it difficult to track the incidence and causes of subgaleal hemorrhage.
Birth trauma was defined as any cephalhematoma or other injury sustained during the birth process, as determined at the time of the infant's initial physical examination.
224 ABO incompatibility 108 Rh Incompatibility 31 G6PD deficiency 35 Sepsis 36 Cephalhematoma 15 Intrauterine infection 7 Breast Milk jaundice 6 Hypothyroidism 4 Idiopathic 54 Note: Table made from bar graph.
You can look at risk factors such as prematurity, breast-feeding, early discharge, cephalhematoma, ABO incompatibility, previous child with jaundice, and so on," Dr.
The longer the duration of vacuum extraction, the greater the likelihood that the baby will develop a cephalhematoma.