Doctors Question Diagnosis of Shaken-Baby Syndrome

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Doctors writing a medical journal editorial called on Friday for a rethink of shaken-baby syndrome after researchers cast doubt on one of the symptoms used to identify it, Reuters news service reports. The syndrome results from violently shaking an infant and is recognized by bleeding around the brain and from the eye, along with brain
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