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Neurological Injuries

The systematic review findings in these articles are only accurate up to the date of their publication. If you have a specific clinical case, we strongly recommend you read all of the relevant references as cited and look for additional material released since our publications.

 

Publications arising from neurological injuries review

 

1. Kemp AM, Rajaram S, Mann M, Tempest V, Farewell D, Gawne-Cain ML, Jaspan T, Maguire S, Welsh Child Protection Systematic Review Group. What neuroimaging should be performed in children in whom inflicted brain injury (iBI) is suspected? A systematic review. Clinical Radiology. 2009;64(5):473-483 [Pubmed]

– Added to DARE Database – The Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE) is a collection of quality assessed systematic reviews of health care research identified in the biomedical literature from 1994 onwards. For those reviews which meet the CRD quality criteria, structured abstracts are written summarising the content and methods used to conduct the review and offering a commentary on the rigour with which the review was conducted.

 

2. Maguire SM, Pickerd N, Farewell D, Mann MK, Tempest V, Kemp AM. Which clinical features distinguish inflicted from non-inflicted brain injury? A systematic review. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 2009;94(11):860-867 [Pubmed]

 

3. Kemp AM, Jaspan T, Griffiths J, Stoodley N, Mann MK, Tempest V, Maguire SA. Neuroimaging: what neuroradiological features distinguish abusive from non-abusive head trauma? A systematic review. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 2011;96(12):1103-1112 [Pubmed]

 

4.Kemp AM. Abusive head trauma: recognition and the essential investigation. Archives of Disease in Childhood - Education and Practice. 2011;96(6):202-208 [Pubmed]

 

Part primary study deriving from neurological injuries review:

 

5. Maguire SA, Kemp AM, Lumb RC, Farewell DM. Estimating the probability of abusive head trauma: A pooled analysis. Pediatrics. 2011;128(3):e550-e564 [Pubmed]

 

Comment:

Comment: Reading R. Estimating the probability of abusive head trauma: a pooled analysis. Child: Care, Health and Development. 2011;37(6):897-898.

 

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