Pediatric Trauma Surgery Newsletter, Spring 2015: Imaging in Pediatric Abuse
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Radiology plays an important role in identifying patterns of abusive head trauma on neuroimaging, and highly specific fracture patterns on radiographs that have been described extensively in the literature.
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Original Release Date: January 2015
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Jessica R. Leschied, MD
Peter J. Strouse, MD
Peter Ehrlich, MD
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