Author(s): Kemp AM
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Abstract When an infant or young child presents with subdural haemorrhage, the diagnostic priority is to exclude physical child abuse. A team approach should be adopted for the clinical child protection investigation. The diagnostic process is inevitably one of detective work; appropriate radiological, ophthalmological, haematological, biochemical, and postmortem investigations are discussed.
This article was published in Arch Dis Child
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports