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Could a head injury cause chill bumps on one side of the body?
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Dr. David Hardin
Wound care
3 doctors agree
In brief: See a neurologist
Unilateral "chill" (goose) bumps in the context of a tbi may mean nothing at all but could be a sign of autonomic nervous system dysfunction, including reflex sympathetic dystrophy (crps) rarely even an autonomic seizure.
Other associations can be related to spinal cord injury (cervical injury is common with head trauma) a neurologist should be able to sort this out.

In brief: See a neurologist
Unilateral "chill" (goose) bumps in the context of a tbi may mean nothing at all but could be a sign of autonomic nervous system dysfunction, including reflex sympathetic dystrophy (crps) rarely even an autonomic seizure.
Other associations can be related to spinal cord injury (cervical injury is common with head trauma) a neurologist should be able to sort this out.
Dr. David Hardin
Dr. David Hardin
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Dr. Robert Peppercorn
Dermatology
In brief: Head injury & skin
I am not sure what you mean by chill bumps .
However, there is no connection between head injury and skin rash.

In brief: Head injury & skin
I am not sure what you mean by chill bumps .
However, there is no connection between head injury and skin rash.
Dr. Robert Peppercorn
Dr. Robert Peppercorn
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