Nonaccidental trauma: clinical aspects and epidemiology of child abuse

@article{Geddes2009NonaccidentalTC,
  title={Nonaccidental trauma: clinical aspects and epidemiology of child abuse},
  author={Jennian F. Geddes},
  journal={Pediatric Radiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={39},
  pages={759}
}
Sir, I would like to correct statements in the commentary by Hobbs and Bilo (‘Nonaccidental trauma: clinical aspects and epidemiology of child abuse’, published online 7 February 2009 [1]) The theory that we proposed [2] is that profound hypoxia in the presence of raised central venous pressure, not hypoxia alone, can lead to subdural bleeding (SDH). In the four cases that came before the UK Court of Appeal in 2005, the judges ruled that this explanation did not apply to the cases being heard… CONTINUE READING

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