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She had suffered a subdural skull fracture to her skull which pathologist, Dr Richard Knights, described as a traumatic head injury.
A traumatic head injury of this nature can be expected to leave a child with long-term needs.
The researchers added: "As current guidelines for the assessment of brain injury make no recommendations in relation to the assessment or investigation of violence risk, our findings suggest that these may need review, at least for some groups of patients with traumatic head injury, particularly if they abuse illegal drugs or alcohol.
Newcastle coroner David Mitford recorded a verdict of accidental death and a traumatic head injury as the cause of death.
But on June 4 the boy, now 3, was taken to University Medical Center for traumatic head injury.
High School, died from a traumatic head injury when his school bus struck another car and plunged down an embankment.
We believe, although it has not yet been proven, that these physical effects may help explain why survivors of both torture and traumatic head injury often don't do well with standard therapies for depression and anxiety," said Richard Mollica, MD, director of the HPRT and leader of the study.
The Vatican is investigating Kear's survival of a traumatic head injury as a miracle attributable to Father Emil Kapaun, a U.