Growing Skull Fracture: Case Report after Rottweiler Bite and Review of the Literature
Growing skull fracture remains a rare but clinically significant complication of traumatic skull fractures in children less than 3 years of age. Dog attacks on children commonly cause head and neck injuries. We report the first case of growing skull fracture caused by a Rottweiler bite in a 21 days old neonate. Early diagnosis and surgical repair resulted in excellent outcome.
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Cheyuo, C; Singh, R; Lucke-Wold, B; and Serrano, C, "Growing Skull Fracture: Case Report after Rottweiler Bite and Review of the Literature" (1905). Clinical and Translational Science Institute. 869.