Thoracolumbar spine subdural hematoma as a result of nonaccidental trauma in a 4-month-old infant.

@article{Gruber2008ThoracolumbarSS,
  title={Thoracolumbar spine subdural hematoma as a result of nonaccidental trauma in a 4-month-old infant.},
  author={Thomas J Gruber and Curtis J. Rozzelle},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={139-42}
}
The authors describe the previously unreported occurrence of thoracolumbar subdural hematoma (SDH) resulting from nonaccidental trauma and emphasize the need for a complete and thorough neurological, physical, and radiological examination in all cases of suspected nonaccidental trauma. A 4-month-old male infant presented to the authors' Level 1 pediatric trauma center in respiratory arrest. According to the family, he had been previously healthy with a 1-day history of fussiness and… CONTINUE READING

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