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Editor,—Fiona Brown and colleagues1 studied outcomes in 463 children and found no increase in skull fracture in the presence of post-traumatic vomiting (PTV). They concluded that “vomiting alone does not have a role in decision making regarding further investigation of skull or brain”. These conclusions …