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    Cranial Ultrasound As Non-Invasive Diagnostic Technique In The Diagnosis Of The Subdural Haemorrhage
    • Ahmet Sert, Assistant of Professor
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    Dear Editor,

    Cranial Ultrasound As Non-Invasive Diagnostic Technique In The Diagnosis Of The Subdural Haemorrhages I read with interest the original article entitled “Neuroradiological aspects of subdural haemorrhages” in the Arch Dis Child 2005;90:947–95. Datta et al. undertook a retrospective analysis of 74 patients under the age of 2 years with subdural haemorrhage or subdural effusion diagnosed between 1992 and...

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    First, do no harm

    Dear Editor,

    The article by Dr Datta and colleagues makes interesting reading. The importance of optimal neuroimaging and accurate interpretation of scans is correctly emphasised. Their first recommendation about neuroimaging in all suspected cases of non-accidental head injury (NAHI)is welcome and the point about MRI as a second line investigation contributing to prognostication in these cases has some evidence bas...

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