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Nonaccidental Injury in Pediatric Patients: Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment

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  • Though abuse may be diagnosed when a child is evaluated for a specific injury, findings such as bruising may be discovered on a routine physical examination conducted for other presenting complaints.
  • In cases concerning for abuse, careful documentation is important; document words and statements in quotation marks, when possible.

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Gunjan Tiyyagura, MD; Meghan Beucher, MD; Kirsten Bechtel, MD

Publication Date

July 2, 2017

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