There's an adult version of shaken baby syndrome in domestic violence | EurekAlert! Science News - Long term effects of being shaken in the adult
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We report 2 cases of shaken adults with intracranial and ophthalmologic findings with a clear history of shaking and absence of significant impact head trauma. A man in his 50s with short stature and a medical history of hypertension was found The historical definition of Terson syndrome is vitreous and intracranial. To describe long-term outcome of a child having sustained a SBS, to ascertain possible .. and in shops, she had to be restrained by being placed in the shopping trolley. . Understanding the harmful effect of shaking helps the adult to avoid.