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Kids Cephalhematoma Versus Caput Succedaneum

A commonly tested topic in USMLE Step 2 CK is the clinical case scenario of a newborn with scalp swelling and then we have to differentiate between cephalhematoma and caput succedaneum

Here's a table that list the major differences between the two:

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