Most Valuable Resources: Clinical Guides

A reader asked me if I was able to identify which pages were most heavily trafficked on FHO dating back to the beginning days of the site. I did a quick analysis, and sure enough (after the main page, which is what the / represents), it’s the clinical guides:
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No surprise that the clinical guides on the list are the toluidine blue dye guide, court testimony guide (those were pretty much neck and neck in terms of unique visitors–and the TB dye guide is basically 3 years older, so take that with a grain of salt), the alternate light source: subclinical bruising guide (ALS Pt II) guide and the aging bruises guide. (BTW, the consensual sex injury guide just missed the top 10 list by a few 100 visits.)

Does my heart good to see so many people seeking out the science. Guess we’ll just have to keep publishing those guides. Any recommendations for the next one?


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How about one on differential diagnosis of vaginal/cervical injuries? Research on “what else could it be…”



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