How are infant brain bleeds and intracranial hemorrhages diagnosed?

Most infant brain bleeds–patricularly subdural hemorrhages and subarachnoid hemorrhages–are diagnosed with head imaging. The best method of detection for a brain bleed is through brain imaging studies via CT scan (computed tomography) or an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), which can detect blood within the skull. A CT scan uses x-rays and computer software to generate pictures of structures inside the baby’s brain. MRI uses magnetic waves to generate pictures of the brain. Occasionally, ultrasonography and testing of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) are performed to detect and diagnose an intracranial hemorrhage. In order to prevent further brain damage and provide early treatment, it is critical to diagnose intracranial hemorrhages as soon as possible.

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