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HIT HEAD SO THAT HER BUMP NEVER WENT AWAY

A YEAR AGO MY TWO YEAR OLD DAUGHT FELL OFF THE BENCH AT THE PARK N HIT HER HEAD.I TOOK HER TO THE DOCTOR THEY TOOK X-RAY EVERYTHING CAME OUT GOOD.THE ONLY THING IS THAT HER BUMP NEVER WENT AWAY N SHE HAS A BALD SPOT.THE BUMP FEELS REALLY HARD.WHAT DOES IT MEAN ?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Apr 2010
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi.....Mrs.jessica...
welcome to HCM...,
thanks for query...,
Head injury long time (1 year span)...
without symptoms..... generally harmless..,
the bump of the head is due to ....
change of tissues in the head..(could be fibrosis)
it is slowly regressing.......but.....
even.....once consult Neurosurgeon.....take opinion from him..
o.k good luck
Answered: Sat, 5 Nov 2011
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  Anonymous's Response

Hi.. Probably a scar which has modified or hypertrophied...  A physical examination can diagnose it better...

Answered: Wed, 12 May 2010
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