Jennifer L. Quon, Ryan A. Grant, Andrea G. Asnes, Michael L. DiLuna
Abusive head trauma is a leading cause of infant death, but other causes of intracranial hemorrhage must be systematically excluded. Here we present a case of multiple hemorrhagic cavernous malformations that was initially thought to be indicative of abusive head trauma. Using a clinical decision-making framework, we provide insight into child abuse diagnostics.
Published Date: 2014-12-31;