Clinical Signs of SBS*
Subdural Hematoma. Accumulation of blood or blood clot beneath the dura. The dura is a fibrous membrane that surrounds the brain and attaches to the skull.
Retinal Hemorrhages. Bleeding in the back of the eyeball.
Cerebral Edema. Swelling of the brain. This causes pressure on various areas of the brain, some of which control breathing, heartbeat, etc.