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An 11-month-old female infant attended accident and emergency with haematemesis. There was no preceding gastroenteritis, liver stigmata or trauma. Examination revealed bilateral, two centimetre supratonsillar lacerations and scattered petechiae over the forehead and nasal bridge.
The ear-nose-throat ENT team found white slough tissue indicating wound healing. Concerns were raised regarding delay in presentation, minimal explanation and previous partner's domestic …