Progressive osteolytic skull lesions in children detected after minor head injury

Elvis J. Hermann, Bujung Hong, Almuth Brandis & Joachim K. Krauss
Objective: Osteolytic lesions of the skull in children have a broad differential diagnosis including congenital, inflammatory and neoplastic lesions. The occurence of progressive osteolysis of the skull secondary to head trauma is nearly unknown. Methods: We present 4 cases of localized progressive[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]