[Head injuries in children: can clinical features identify patients with high or low risk for intracranial injury?].
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Anales españoles de pediatría
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 1998
Patients with symptoms of head injury should undergo head CT because a small number will require surgery. After a minor head trauma, children who are neurologically normal and without symptoms may be discharged from the emergency department and sent home after careful physical examination alone.
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