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Can Brain Injuries Sustained at Birth Get Worse Over Time?
Can Brain Injuries Sustained at Birth Get Worse Over Time?

It is always devastating when a baby sustains an injury at birth , but it is particularly harmful when the injury is a result of the negligence of a medical professional. When babies sustain brain injuries at birth, many wonder whether the injuries get worse over time. Read ...

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Blog posts in Brain Injury

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    Most physicians who perform childbirth are highly competent individuals who care deeply about their work and are diligent about safety. However, there ...

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    Sustaining trauma to the head is very serious and should always be treated with urgency. After an accident, if it’s possible you could have sustained ...

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