Recurrent Vomiting after Mild Head Injury in Children Toyoshiro YAMAMOTO 1 , Hiroshi NAGATA 1 , Shinichi SATO 1 , Kiyoaki TANAKA 1 , Sadahiko BAN 1 , Masahiro CHOKYU 1 , Masahiro OGATA 1 1Department of Neurosurgery, Kobe Municipal Central Hospital Keyword: Head injury , Recurrent vomiting , Central ketosis , Children pp.363-369
Published Date 1979/4/10
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1436200968
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Clinical manifestations of head injury in children seem to be different from those seen in adults. Especially recurrent vomiting, somnolence and ketosis are apt to develop more frequently in children after even mild head injury.

In order to clarify the mechanism of early, recurrent vomiting and somnolence, the authors have reviewed 35 cases of mild head injury in children during the past 6 months. Age distribution was from 11 months to 12 years.

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