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RMJ. 2009; 34(2): 229-230


Long scarf: a rare cause of scalp avulsion injuries

Muhammad Ahmad,1 Shahid Hussain,2 Saleem A Malik3.

Abstract
We describe a peculiar kind of scalp avulsion injuries, in women wearing scarves while
working. (Rawal Med J 2009;34: ).

Key words: Granulation, scarf, avulsion, cranium.


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