Child Abuse Sexual Assault

Conditions that Mimic Sex Abuse Findings

Welcome back. Hope your holiday was a good one (and your up-coming week a short one). Over at Medscape they have a piece on conditions that mimic child sexual abuse findings. It’s a reprint of Horner’s article originally published this fall in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.

“This article will discuss some of the more common findings mistaken for sexual abuse and assist the pediatric nurse practitioner in correctly recognizing these findings and responding appropriately.” And for those of you who like your articles accompanied by full color photos, you’ll find those here, as well.

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