Early Signs of Increased ICP in Infants

by Cathy Parkes June 30, 2021

Early signs of increased ICP in infants:  Irritability, high-pitched cry, poor feeding, bulging fontanels, separation of cranial sutures “setting-sun” phenomenon.

Early signs of increased ICP in infants:

  • Irritability
  • High-pitched cry
  • Poor feeding
  • “Setting-sun” phenomenon (eyes appear driven downward)
  • Bulging fontanels
  • Separation of cranial sutures


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