Are boys and girls that different? An analysis of traumatic brain injury in children.
AuthorsCollins, Niamh C
Phillips, Jack P
Nicholson, Alf J
Hematoma, Epidural, Cranial
Injury Severity Score
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CitationAre boys and girls that different? An analysis of traumatic brain injury in children. 2013, 30 (8):675-8 Emerg Med J
JournalEmergency medicine journal : EMJ
AbstractThe Phillips Report on traumatic brain injury (TBI) in Ireland found that injury was more frequent in men and that gender differences were present in childhood. This study determined when gender differences emerge and examined the effect of gender on the mechanism of injury, injury type and severity and outcome.
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