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Non-Accidental Long Bone Injuries: Nikki Abela at DFTB18

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Nikki Abela is an Emergency Medicine registrar with a sub-speciality interest in PEM. If she is not singing karaoke with her friends she is hard at work for RCEMlearning, the Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s e-learning platform.

In this talk, the first of three on non-accidental injuries, Nikki focuses on long bone injuries, and how they might herald something more serious than a little misadventure at the playground.

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