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Michael DeCuypere, Michael S. Muhlbauer, Frederick A. Boop and Paul Klimo Jr.

ES , Cooper C , : Predictors of outcome in civilian gunshot wounds to the head . J Neurosurg 120 : 1138 – 1146 , 2014 2 Bandt SK , Greenberg JK , Yarbrough CK , Schechtman KB , Limbrick DD , Leonard JR : Management of pediatric intracranial gunshot wounds: predictors of favorable clinical outcome and a new proposed treatment paradigm . J Neurosurg Pediatr 10 : 511 – 517 , 2012 3 Beaver BL , Moore VL , Peclet M , Haller JA Jr , Smialek J , Hill JL : Characteristics of pediatric firearm fatalities . J Pediatr

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Joseph Piatt

, Langenburg S : Trends in pediatric firearm-related injuries over the past 10 years at an urban pediatric hospital . J Pediatr Surg 50 : 1184 – 1187 , 2015 25862103 10.1016/j.jpedsurg.2015.03.042

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Hansen Deng, John K. Yue, Ethan A. Winkler, Sanjay S. Dhall, Geoffrey T. Manley and Phiroz E. Tarapore

been a declining trend in overall pediatric TBI hospitalizations in part because of improved motor vehicle safety, increased concussion awareness, and preventive measures. 43 However, current literature on trends in firearm-related TBI since the turn of the century is lacking. Whether legislative measures, anticipatory guidance for families with guns, improved screening for household firearm ownership, and acute management by providers have reduced the burden of pediatric firearm TBI in the US is still unknown. Per the World Health Organization, data from 23 high

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Hansen Deng, John K. Yue, Ethan A. Winkler, Sanjay S. Dhall, Geoffrey T. Manley and Phiroz E. Tarapore

been a declining trend in overall pediatric TBI hospitalizations in part because of improved motor vehicle safety, increased concussion awareness, and preventive measures. 43 However, current literature on trends in firearm-related TBI since the turn of the century is lacking. Whether legislative measures, anticipatory guidance for families with guns, improved screening for household firearm ownership, and acute management by providers have reduced the burden of pediatric firearm TBI in the US is still unknown. Per the World Health Organization, data from 23 high

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Abusive head trauma: evidence, obfuscation, and informed management Ann-Christine Duhaime 1 MD Cindy W. Christian 2 MD 11 2019 01 11 2019 24 5 481 488 10.3171/2019.7.PEDS18394 2019.7.PEDS18394 Pediatric nonoperative skull fractures: delayed complications and factors associated with clinic and imaging utilization Weston Northam 1 MD Avinash Chandran 2 PhD Carolyn Quinsey 1 MD Andrew Abumoussa 1 MD, MSc Alex Flores 3 BA Scott Elton 1 MD 11 2019 30 08 2019 24 5 489 497 10.3171/2019.5.PEDS18739 2019.5.PEDS18739 Pediatric firearm-related traumatic brain injury in