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Increased Intracranial Pressure Does Not Cause Retinal Hemorrhages Characteristic of Abuse

20:02 EST 16 Jan 2019 | NEJM

Even in children with elevated intracranial pressure, severe retinal hemorrhages should prompt an evaluation for abuse.

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