Standardized descriptive method for the anthropological evaluation of pediatric skull fractures.

@article{Wiersema2014StandardizedDM,
  title={Standardized descriptive method for the anthropological evaluation of pediatric skull fractures.},
  author={Jason M Wiersema and Jennifer C Love and Sharon M Derrick and Deborrah C Pinto and Marcella M Donaruma-Kwoh and Christopher Spencer Greeley},
  journal={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={59 6},
  pages={1487-92}
}
The literature pertaining to pediatric skull fracture is primarily clinically based and thus motivated by the need for effective assessment of both fracture characteristics (type, frequency, location, and mechanics) and context (severity of injury, associated soft tissue damage, and prognosis). From a strictly descriptive standpoint, these schemas employ… CONTINUE READING