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Paper Chase #5 - Pediatric Rib Fractures = NAT Until Proven Otherwise

Brett Ebeling, MD and Nate Finnerty, MD
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To determine the prevalence of rib fractures in young children presenting after accidental trauma compared with those patients presenting with concern for NAT.

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