II. Pathophysiology

  1. Accumulation of serosanguineous subcutaneous fluid

III. Signs

  1. Poorly defined margins of fluid
  2. Fluid extends across midline and Suture lines

IV. Associated conditions

  1. Head Molding

V. Course

  1. Soft tissue edema resolves over first few days of life

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