Rehman T, Yonas H, Marinaro J. Intracranial penetration of a TASER dart.
Am J Emerg Med. July 2007;25(6): pgs 733.e3-733.e4
Because it is a CASE STUDY, an “ABSTRACT” of this article is NOT available.
Although I’d love to see it, I wasn’t willing to PAY for the whole Case Study.
I managed to find a tiny snippet of info about the case, and one IMAGE, on the Internet.
And THAT is what is currently posted here.
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Intracranial Penetration of a TASER Dart
Tausif-Ur Rehman, MD; Howard Yonas, MD; and Jonathan Marinaro, MD.
(That’s IT! That is ALL that comes up unless you BUY
this American Journal of Emergency Medicine article!)
Here is the info snippet and IMAGE I managed to find on the Interent:
A 16-year-old boy was shot in the face with a Taser while resisting arrest.
One of the darts went through his skull and poked into his brain just a little bit.
That’s all I’ve got right now.
But, CLEARLY, that can’t be GOOD!
Tausif-Ur Rehman MD and Howard Yonas MD are from the
Department of Neurosurgery, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Jonathan Marinaro MD is from the Department of Surgery and the
Department of Emergency Medicine, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Here are the authors’ EMAIL addresses:
Tausif-Ur Rehman MD: email@example.com
Howard Yonas MD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Marinaro MD: email@example.com