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  1. E P Ferrie1,
  2. I Erskine2
  1. 1Specialist Registrar Emergency Medicine, Antrim Area Hospital, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  2. 2FFAEM, Antrim Area Hospital, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  1. Correspondence to:
 E P Ferrie
 eoghanferrie{at}hotmail.com

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One of the wonders of emergency medicine is that there are almost as many different causes of injury as there are injury types. It is therefore not surprising that there are a myriad of case reports in the literature describing unusual objects causing injury. However, some stories have already been told.

I read the case report by Stables et al1 entitled “An unusual case of a compound depressed skull fracture after an assault with …

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