What are the symptoms of intracranial hemorrhage in pediatric patients

Intracranial hemorrhage in children often has sudden severe headache, vomiting and coma, while the early manifestations of newborns can be convulsions, poor response, refusal to breastfeed, crying, and as the disease develops, visual impairment, unequal pupils and increased fontanelle tension can appear, but not all children have these manifestations, for example, neonatal subarachnoid hemorrhage, the infant may have no clinical manifestations, the family is unaware of it, and only when doing It can only be detected during cranial imaging.

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