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Skull fracture and intracranial injury in children
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    Re: The subjective nature of BETs

    Dear Editor

    The Best Evidence Topic published in November 2001 on absence of skull fracture failing to predict intra-cranial injury (ICI) as determined by head CT (HCT)[1] has provoked criticism on the methods used to find a clinical bottom line.

    Dr Geggie states that he produced a BET on the topic that appears not to contradict the findings of the published result, but that there is perhaps an unaccept...

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    The Subjective Nature of BETs

    Dear Editor,

    I am an avid reader of your Best Evidence Topic reports (BETS) section. In your November issue I was particularly interested to read the BET by Andrew Munroe on skull fractures and intracranial injury – particularly as I had recently presented a BET on the same subject in October.

    There were several striking differences between my BET and the one published in November. In particular I fin...

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