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Paper Chase #1 | Pediatric Head Trauma After 24 Hours

Brett Ebeling, MD and Nate Finnerty, MD
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Factors associated with traumatic brain injury in children presenting greater than 24 hours after head injury included suspicion for depressed skull fracture and non frontal scalp hematoma.

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