Brain bleeding from minor head injury is rare in youths

06/22/2010 | Reuters

Brain bleeding after a minor fall or accident is very rare in children, Canadian researchers said in an online report in Pediatrics. The study of almost 18,000 children with minor head injuries showed none had bleeding in the brain leading to consciousness impairment more than six hours after evaluation and only five had delayed bleeding but no impairment.

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