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Leg injuries in young children are a frequent presentation to the ED. Tibial fractures are often assumed to be simple “toddlers” fractures; however, injury patterns can differ significantly. This study assesses the doctors’ approach and clinical documentation for lower leg fractures and identifies patterns which may identify those at risk for non-accidental injury (NAI).
Patients aged <3 years with a diagnosis …