Babies born with cephalohematomas are at an elevated risk for infant jaundice. When blood accumulates in a cephalohematoma the red blood cells are killed which eventually increases the levels of bilirubin in the baby’s bloodstream. This elevation in bilirubin levels in the newborn’s system can trigger jaundice

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