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One thousand and thirty-two consecutive children with head injuries have been studied. All were outpatients, and 1000 had X-rays requested and performed. Of those X-rayed, only 21 (2.1%) had fractures, whilst 129 cases (12.9%) required admission for observation. No patient developed complications from their injuries. The presence or absence of a fracture(More)
The description "tear-drop" or "pear-shaped" bladder is applied to a bladder with a narrow base and elongated body (1). Though first described in patients with a pelvic haematoma, pelvic lymphocoele is a recognised though uncommon cause. This case report demonstrates the characteristic ultrasonic appearance that led to successful aspiration of the bilateral(More)
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