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Human Bite among Children

Author(s): Ahamed Faiz Ali*, Sunil Kumar, Suad A, Ola Taheer, Rashi Kaseem and Antar

Bites inflicted by humans are often more serious than those inflicted by animals. A wide range of secondary consequences have been documented in the medical literature. The most common location was face and only 18%over hands and few cases reported in scrotum. Human bite wound presents a challenge to any emergency department given the many issues involved in their management. Here we report 1-year boy bitten in the scrotum by another boy of same age. The majority of infected human bite contain mixed organism. We also report current guidelines in management of human bite.


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