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The 4 classic signs of Horner’s syndrome affect one side of the face only. They include: Drooping of the eyelid,...
Some symptoms of developmental delays occur earlier than others, and some are more severe. In general, a developmental delay is...
Horner’s syndrome is not life-threatening, but it may indicate a condition that is life-threatening in some cases. Horner’s syndrome occurs...
Generally, anisocoria is not serious on its own. While there is not a firm number on how common the condition...
In some cases, parents are the first to know if their baby has developmental delays. You may notice that your...
In many cases, developmental delays are permanent. While some are temporary and the child can catch up with their peers...
If your obstetrician discusses some of the possibilities for the delivery of your baby, you may wonder, “Can you refuse...
During a forceps delivery, the attending medical staff will use a type of metal tool meant to guide the baby...
Suspected fetal macrosomia is a doctor’s prediction that you may be delivering a large baby. If your doctor or other...
If you are not getting enough vitamin B9, it could cause a folic acid deficiency anemia. This deficiency could cause...
After hearing about some of the dangerous conditions that may occur in newborns, you may be wondering, what is the...
If your baby went through a difficult birth, you may be concerned about the possibility a brain injury occurred. You...
As you go through your pregnancy, you may hear about several unfamiliar disorders for children and one being apraxia. This...
After complications during the birth of your baby, you may be asking yourself, how do I know if my child...
When you receive a diagnosis of apraxia for your child, you may be wondering can a child outgrow apraxia? For...
According to studies from the Brain Foundation, a neurological research organization, untreated hydrocephalus can lead to severe disabilities, possibly even...
Yes, there are several treatments for hydrocephalus in newborns, but they most commonly involve invasive surgeries. Research from Mayo Clinic...
Birth injuries can sometimes occur as a part of the birth process, but many are preventable. When a doctor fails...
The causes of Erb’s palsy often stem from the result of a difficult birth or medical negligence. Learning the exact...
Cerebral palsy occurs because of brain damage that generally occurs before or during birth. However, there are rare instances when...
Hyperbilirubinemia means your baby’s blood contains excessive amounts of bilirubin. Bilirubin is made when your baby’s red blood cells break...
A tethered spinal cord (TSC) occurs when the spinal cord remains improperly attached to other tissues at the base of...
Symptoms of cerebral palsy can appear quickly after birth or take years to manifest. Generally, symptoms are more apparent in...
A caput succedaneum is a birth injury that leaves babies with swollen scalps and heads, as well as scalp and...