Temporary brittle bone disease: a true entity?

  title={Temporary brittle bone disease: a true entity?},
  author={Marvin E Miller},
  journal={Seminars in perinatology},
  volume={23 2},
Temporary brittle bone disease is a recently described phenotype of increased fracture susceptibility in the first year of life in which there are multiple unexplained fractures without evidence of other internal or external injury. Most child abuse experts do not accept the existence of temporary brittle bone disease and presume these cases are child abuse. The author reviewed 26 cases of infants with multiple unexplained fractures that fit the criteria of temporary brittle bone disease and… CONTINUE READING
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