Radiographic skeletal survey for non-accidental injury: systematic review and development of a national New Zealand protocol.

@article{Phillips2015RadiographicSS,
  title={Radiographic skeletal survey for non-accidental injury: systematic review and development of a national New Zealand protocol.},
  author={Karin L Phillips and Sonja T Bastin and David Davies-Payne and Diana Browne and Helen Bird and Susan Craw and David Duncan and Philippa Depree and Alina Leigh and Andrew D McLaughlin and Russell Metcalfe and Jean Murdoch and Kirsten Cs Pearce and David R. Perry and Iona Thomas and Glen T. D. Thomson and Sally A Vogel and Francessa Wilson and Rita Littlewood Teele},
  journal={Journal of medical imaging and radiation oncology},
  year={2015},
  volume={59 1},
  pages={
          54-65
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Clinically occult fractures from non-accidental injury (NAI) are best detected on radiographic skeletal survey. However, there are regional variations regarding the views included in such surveys. We undertook a systematic review of the evidence supporting skeletal survey protocols to design a protocol that could be implemented across New Zealand. METHODS In June 2013, we searched Medline, Google Scholar, the Cochrane database, UpToDate and relevant reference lists for English… CONTINUE READING
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