Annie Li: Shaken Baby Case Highlights Difficult Diagnoses

The death of Annie Li, a 2-month-old infant born to Chinese immigrants living in Queens, N.Y., has highlighted the hard-to-spot signs of shaken baby syndrome and the role of doctors in deciphering them. Li died in 2007 five days after her parents brought her to emergency room with a fractured skull, brain and eye injuries, two broken legs and a fractured rib, as first reported by the New York Times. Investigators ruled her death "homicide by shaking and blunt impact of the head," landing her...Full Story
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