Brain injury; Head trauma; Concussion
The symptoms of a head injury can occur immediately or develop slowly over several hours or days. Even if the skull is not fractured, the brain can bang against the inside of the skull and be bruised. The head may look fine, but complications could result from bleeding or swelling inside the skull.
In any serious head trauma, always assume the spinal cord is also injured.
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