Temporary brittle bone disease: relationship between clinical findings and judicial outcome

@inproceedings{Paterson2011TemporaryBB,
  title={Temporary brittle bone disease: relationship between clinical findings and judicial outcome},
  author={Colin R. Paterson and E. Monk},
  booktitle={Pediatric reports},
  year={2011}
}
There is a wide differential diagnosis for the child with unexplained fractures including non-accidental injury, osteogenesis imperfecta and vitamin D deficiency rickets. Over the last 20 years we and others have described a self-limiting syndrome characterised by fractures in the first year of life. This has been given the provisional name temporary… CONTINUE READING