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A post-mortem examination found Elsie had previous and recent bleeding on both sides of her brain.Consultant neuroradiologist Dr Neil Stoodley said he believed Elsie suffered "abusive head trauma that involved a shaking mechanism."Other experts said Elsie's collapse days before her death could have been due to suffering a severe head injury, and found she had suffered injuries to her skull, left femur and three of her ribs between three to five days before her death.Dr Sarah Harrison, a consultant paediatric radiologist, believes the injuries are 'the result of trauma', Mr Lewis said.
She is lying on the floor".'You will observe at no stage during the call did he suggest Elsie had suffered an accident, nor any trauma that might have caused her injury.'Mr Lewis said police and paramedics arrived at the family home around 6.26pm and found an 'upset' Scully-Hicks, as well as Elsie having a cardiac arrest on the floor of a downstairs room.The jury was told all medical experts agreed her injuries were consistent with non-accidental injury.Mr Lewis said Scully-Hicks claims Elsie didn't suffer an accident on the day of her collapse, and may argue her three-year-old sibling may have caused her injuries while he left them unattended.Mr Scully-Hicks received a phone call from his husband on March 10, saying that he was in an ambulance with Elsie as she had fallen down the stairs.He claimed to have been sorting washing in a bedroom, with Elsie on the floor, before going downstairs - closing the gate behind him.