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The whiplash shaken infant syndrome: manual shaking by the extremities with whiplash-induced intracranial and intraocular bleedings, linked with residual permanent brain damage and mental retardation.
Our evidence, both direct and circumstantial, indicates that manual whiplash shaking of infants is a common primary type of trauma in the socalled battered infant syndrome. It appears to be the majorExpand
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Pediatric X-ray diagnosis.
Although x-rays were used in the diagnostic study of infants and children within a few weeks after Roentgen announced his discovery, the roentgen method has never been, and is not now being fullyExpand
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Multiple fractures in the long bones of infants suffering from chronic subdural hematoma.
  • J. Caffey
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of roentgenology and radium…
  • 1 August 1946
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On the theory and practice of shaking infants. Its potential residual effects of permanent brain damage and mental retardation.
  • J. Caffey
  • Medicine
  • American journal of diseases of children
  • 1 August 1972
In the first modern discussion in 1946 of the parent-infant stress syndrome (PITS), or battered baby syndrome, I described six infants, 13 months or younger, who suffered from the combination ofExpand
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Some traumatic lesions in growing bones other than fractures and dislocations: clinical and radiological features: The Mackenzie Davidson Memorial Lecture.
  • J. Caffey
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of radiology
  • 1 May 1957
Mr. President, Members of the Institute, Ladies and Gentlemen: Many of you are aware of the signal honour conveyed by the invitation to present this lecture. It is a high distinction, doubly esteemedExpand
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The early roentgenographic changes in essential coxa plana: their significance in pathogenesis.
  • J. Caffey
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of roentgenology, radium…
  • 1 July 1968
1. Generalized retardation of skeletal maturation was present in all but 1 of 30 patients.2. The affected femur was displaced slightly in all patients.3. The first roentgenographic changes in the EOCExpand
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Infantile cortical hyperostoses.
  • J. Caffey
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of pediatrics
  • 1 November 1946
Summary Six additional cases of infantile cortical hyperostoses are described. Ten cases have now been reported from this clinic. The findings indicate that this disorder is a new infantile syndromeExpand
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Cooley's anemia: a review of the roentgenographic findings in the skeleton: Hickey lecture, 1957.
  • J. Caffey
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of roentgenology, radium…
  • 1 September 1957
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