Ocular and cerebral trauma in non-accidental injury in infancy: underlying mechanisms and implications for paediatric practice.

@article{Green1996OcularAC,
  title={Ocular and cerebral trauma in non-accidental injury in infancy: underlying mechanisms and implications for paediatric practice.},
  author={Minda A. Green and Grazyna Lieb{\'e}rman and Christopher Mark Milroy and Michael Andrew Parsons},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1996},
  volume={80 4},
  pages={282-7}
}
AIMS To determine the sites, mechanisms, and clinical significance of injuries to the eyes and brains of children with non-accidental injuries in relation to differing levels of trauma. METHODS A forensic pathological study of injuries in the eyes and brains of 23 consecutive children dying of non-accidental injuries over a 4 year period (1988-92) under the jurisdiction of Yorkshire and Humberside coroners. RESULTS Sixteen children died from cerebral injuries and seven died from non… CONTINUE READING
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