Hidden clinical values and overestimation of shaken baby cases

Clinical Ethics 14 (3):151-154 (2019)
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Abstract

Epidemiological studies indicate that the incidence of shaken baby cases is overestimated and that this is due to biased classifications, based on ethical rather than scientific considerations. In...

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