Unreliable medical determinations of Shaken Baby Syndrome are pervasive around the world and lead to many miscarriages of justice, say experts in a new book published next month. ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome: Investigating the Abusive Head Trauma Controversy’ is the first international book to examine the medical, scientific, and legal underpinnings of the SBS controversy. Experts review radiological and neuropathological findings in alleged SBS cases, some of their known medical causes, police interrogation techniques and false confessions, cognitive biases, evidence standards in court, and the challenges of overturning wrongful convictions. Since the early 2000s, a growing body of scientific studies in

Shaken Baby Syndrome as seen on The Hippocratic Post.