A Practical guide to the evaluation of sexual abuse in the prepubertal child
Carefully developed and thoroughly field tested, this volume is a guide to aid practitioners in the identification, evaluation, and documentation of suspected sexual abuse of children. It will be invaluable to a broad range of professionals, including pediatricians, doctors, nurses, health care and child protection workers, clinical social workers, and psychologists.
With over 45 medical illustrations, the manual reassures caregiving professionals in their role as health care provider and/or child advocate. It provides a solid reference showing how to proceed with medical and psychological assessment and gives practical guidelines for doing physical and genital examinations, pertinent laboratory studies, and proper documentation.
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