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  • [Operation for the Cranial Mass of a Neonate Born through Cesarean Section:A Case Report]. [Case Reports]
    No Shinkei Geka 2019; 47(4):449-454Shimotaka K, Takeda Y, … Fujiki M
  • A female neonate presented with a cranial mass in the left parietal lobe region. She was born through Cesarean section, and there was no history of birth trauma or head injury. Her mother noticed the mass two weeks after birth. It increased slowly in size and turned stiff. CT showed a skull tumor with calcification. MRI findings, with no vascular abnormalities, indicated a possibility of cephaloh…
  • Occipital mass in antenatal sonography. [Journal Article]
    J Neonatal Perinatal Med 2019; 12(3):321-324Rhodes A, Neuman J, Blau J
  • Biophysical profile (BPP) with ultrasound performed for a 32-year-old G5P3013 admitted at 31 weeks gestation with preterm, premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) noted an extracalvarial mass concerning for an encephalocele. Fetal MRI demonstrated edema over the occiput with no definable lesion visualized. Preterm labor requiring Cesarean delivery resulted in a live male neonate at 33 weeks gestat…
  • [A single-center study of the incidence of neonatal birth trauma and its risk factors]. [Journal Article]
    Zhongguo Dang Dai Er Ke Za Zhi 2019; 21(3):249-252Wang H, Luo B, Tong XM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The most frequent type of neonatal birth trauma is cephalohematoma. Vaginal delivery, forceps-assisted delivery, induction of labor by oxytocin, premature rupture of membranes and a large neonatal head circumference may increase the risk of neonatal birth trauma, and forceps-assisted delivery is the strongest independent risk factor for birth trauma.
  • Escherichia coli-infected cephalohematoma in an infant. [Case Reports]
    Dermatol Online J 2018; 24(11)Wang JF, Lederhandler MH, Oza VS
  • We report a case of Escherichia coli infection of a cephalohematoma in an infant delivered by vacuum extraction. After excluding potential complications, the patient was treated with intravenous ceftriaxone while hospitalized followed by oral cephalexin after discharge. Infection is a rare but serious complication of cephalohematomas in the newborn period. Escherichia coli is the most common path…
  • Neurodevelopmental Prognostic Factors in 73 Neonates with the Birth Head Injury. [Journal Article]
    Korean J Neurotrauma 2018; 14(2):80-85Kim KM, Cho SM, … Kim MR
  • CONCLUSIONS: In terms of perinatal factors and head injury factors, mode of delivery, subgaleal hematoma, cephalohematoma, greenstick skull fracture, EDH, tentorial hemorrhage, falx hemorrhage, brain swelling, and hypoxic injury displayed an indirect relationship with long-term development, and therefore these factors require particular attention for perinatal care.
  • Terson Syndrome in a Healthy Term Infant: Delivery-Associated Retinopathy and Intracranial Hemorrhage. [Case Reports]
    Ophthalmic Surg Lasers Imaging Retina 2018; 49(10):e154-e156Moshfeghi DM
  • A term healthy infant was noted to have cephalohematoma following normal spontaneous vaginal delivery (NSVD). At 9 days of age, the attending team performed wide-angle remote digital fundus imaging and the left eye was noted to have scattered multi-laminar hemorrhages. Magnetic resonance imaging was performed which revealed occipital infarct and subarachnoid hemorrhage. A diagnosis of neonatal Te…
  • The clinical characteristics and prognosis of subgaleal hemorrhage in newborn. [Journal Article]
    Korean J Pediatr 2018; 61(12):387-391Lee SJ, Kim JK, Kim SJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The morbidity rate was 41.2% due to severe metabolic acidosis. Anemia, hyperbilirubinemia, low Apgar scores, and subdural hemorrhage did not affect the prognosis. The long-term outcomes of neonates with SGH are generally good. Only arterial blood pH was significantly associated with death.
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