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Three cases of unusual craniocerebral injuries caused by deliberate driving of nails into the head are reported. All injuries were on or near the midline in the parietal area and the nails measured about 10 cm. Two of the patients experienced little pain during the procedure and did not lose consciousness. The extraction of each nail was extremely easy. The(More)
BACKGROUND Reports from the developed nations reveal respiratory tract infections as the leading cause of childhood hospital admissions. Children may be admitted for a variety of respiratory illnesses. Data on the spectrum of pediatric respiratory illnesses admitted in the hospital is scarce. AIM To determine the pattern of pediatrics respiratory illness(More)
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