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Emerg Med J 30:173 doi:10.1136/emermed-2012-201490
  • Images in emergency medicine

Benedictine hand of ‘central’ origin

  1. Vincenzo Di Lazzaro2
  1. 1Institute of Neurology, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy
  2. 2Department of Neuroscience, Campus Biomedico University of Rome, Rome, Italy
  1. Correspondence to Dr Marco Luigetti, Institute of Neurology, Largo F. Vito 1, 00168 Roma, Italy; mluigetti{at}gmail.com
  1. Contributors Drafting/revising the manuscript for content, including medical writing for content. Dr Luigetti, Dr Ranieri, Dr Profice, Dr Pilato, Dr Capone, Prof Di Lazzaro. Study concept or design. Dr Luigetti, Dr Ranieri, Prof Di Lazzaro. Analysis or interpretation of data. Dr Luigetti, Dr Ranieri, Dr Profice, Dr Pilato, Dr Capone, Prof Di Lazzaro. Acquisition of data. Dr Luigetti, Dr Ranieri, Dr Profice, Dr Pilato, Dr Capone, Prof …


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Among patients with minor TBI (GCS 13-15) getting CT scans ≥ 24 hours after injury, what proportion have a traumatic finding?

Results

0.5% - 43% response rate
3% - 41% response rate
10% - 16% response rate

Related original article: PCT head imaging in patients with head injury who present after 24 h of injury: a retrospective cohort study

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