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Symptoms of Internal Head Injuries

Unconsciousness for more than a few seconds, abnormal breathing, obvious serious wound, bleeding or clear fluid from the nose, ear, or mouth, and disturbance of speech or vision are some of the symptoms of internal head injuries. Dr. Ligio Tavarez, Pediatric Emergency Physician with Baptist Children’s Hospital, explains to get an internal head injury the amount of energy transmission has to be more intense, and that can happen when you fall from a height, from a ladder or down the stairs, for example.

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