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  1. Head injury can be classified as either closed or penetrating. In closed head injury, the head sustains a blunt force by striking ...
  2. Head injuries can range from a minor bump on the head to a devastating brain injury. Learning to recognize a serious head injury, and implementing basic first aid, can make the ...
  3. Images ... Radial dislocation may be caused by a sudden pull on a child's arm or hand. For first aid, immobilize the arm and take the child ...
  4. Head injury can occur when the head and neck is thrown violently such as in an accident. This type of head injury can also cause injury to the brain by ...
  5. ... down the throat, or a neck or serious head injury is suspected.
  6. Shaken baby syndrome is a severe form of head injury caused by the baby's brain rebounding inside of ...
  7. Skull fractures may occur with head injuries. Although the skull is both tough and resilient and provides excellent protection for the brain, a severe impact or blow can ...
  8. ... defects (such as hypertelorism, Crouzon's disease, Apert's syndrome) Injuries to the head, face, or jaws (maxillofacial) Tumors Deformities caused by ...
  9. ... the brain (the meninges) leak blood after an injury to the head. This is a serious condition since the increase ...
  10. ... the brain (the meninges) leak blood after an injury to the head. This is a serious condition since the increase ...
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