Characteristic pancreatic injuries secondary to child abuse

Abstract

A review of the most common visceral injuries which arise as a result of child abuse is presented. Duodenal and pancreatic injuries are the most characteristic injuries secondary to abuse. The clinical presentation may not be suggestive of the nature of the patient's injury, and these descriptions may help the radiologist to discern their true etiology. 
DOI: 10.1007/s10140-002-0258-z

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