A basic finding of the study is that ten of the 12 infants showing the nerve root changes, showed evidence of impact – again indicative of forces greater than those generated by shaking. Also the authors do not point out whether or not the changes they saw could be an effect of keeping the spine in a acid fluid for weeks to decalcify the bone.http://medicalmisdiagnosisresearch.wordpress.com/2011/07/06/new-evidence-on-shaken-baby-syndrome/
Monday, 11 July 2011
SBS: Note of caution on Matshes' findings
I preface this article with a comment on it by Dr. Harry Bonnell, a pathologist from San Diego and also a researcher into the theory of shaken baby syndrome.