Brain haemorrhage in five infants with coagulopathy.

  title={Brain haemorrhage in five infants with coagulopathy.},
  author={E B A Vorstman and Philip Anslow and David M Keeling and G Haythornthwaite and H Bilolikar and Marjorie McShane},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  volume={88 12},
Most intracranial haemorrhages in infants after the neonatal period are secondary to non-accidental injury. Occasionally brain haemorrhages in non-mobile infants are due to an inherited coagulopathy. This may often be diagnosed with a coagulation screen on admission. Little is known about the neurological outcome of infants in the latter group. Five infants… CONTINUE READING