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How old is this fracture? Radiologic dating of fractures in children: a systematic review.

OBJECTIVE: We conducted a systematic review of the literature to define the evidence for radiologic dating of fractures in children in the context of child protection.

CONCLUSION: Radiologic dating of fractures is an inexact science. Most radiologists date fractures on the basis of their personal clinical experience, and the literature provides little consistent data to act as a resource. There is an urgent need for research to validate the criteria used in the radiologic dating of fractures in children younger than 5 years.

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