Is a break in the cranial bone, also known as the skull. There are many types of skull fractures, but only one major cause: an impact or a blow to the head that’s strong enough to break the bone. An injury to the brain can also accompany the fracture, but that’s not always the case.
Bleeding from the wound caused by the trauma, near the location of the trauma, or around the eyes, ears, and nose
Bruising around the trauma site, under the eyes, or behind the ears