A curious case of attempted infanticide by percutaneous needles insertion: diagnosis and laparoscopic management.
Iranian Journal of Pediatric Surgery,
Vol. 2 No. 2 (2016),
11 February 2017
This is the case of a 6 month-old boy victim of an attempted infanticide by means of sharp long needles inserted through the abdominal wall. He was successfully managed by laparoscopic approach.
- pediatric surgery
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