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Ping pong fracture in the newborn: illustration of a case

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The authors would like to thank Dr. Elif Ayse Cizmeci for her sincere contributions in the translation of this study.

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For this type of case report, no ethical approval is required in Turkey. Informed consent has been received from the parents.

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Cizmeci, M.N., Kanburoglu, M.K., Cemil, B. et al. Ping pong fracture in the newborn: illustration of a case. Acta Neurol Belg 114, 69–70 (2014).

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