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As cell phones gain more influence in daily life, they also become potentially more hazardous. Injuries resulting from cell phone use have long been reported largely in the context of driving-related incidents, but other mechanisms of injury have been underreported.
We assess the incidence, types, and mechanisms of head and neck injuries associated with cell phone use.
Retrospective cross-sectional study using data from a national database of individuals with head and neck injuries related to cell phone use who presented to emergency departments in the United States between January 1998 and December 2017.
Incidence, types, and mechanisms of injury related to cell phone use in the US population.