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Bruising in Children: Practice Patterns of Pediatric Hematologists and Child Abuse Pediatricians.Academic Article Why?
Child abuse among friends and acquaintances.Academic Article Why?
Child Abuse, Incarceration, and Decisions About Life-sustaining Treatment.Academic Article Why?
Comparative needs in child abuse education and resources: perceptions from three medical specialties.Academic Article Why?
Evaluating for suspected child abuse: conditions that predispose to bleeding.Academic Article Why?
Evaluation for bleeding disorders in suspected child abuse.Academic Article Why?
Insurance Coverage for Children Impacts Reporting of Child Maltreatment by Healthcare Professionals.Academic Article Why?
Medical Marijuana for Minors May Be Considered Child Abuse.Academic Article Why?
Emergency Visits and Hospitalizations for Child Abuse During the COVID-19 Pandemic.Academic Article Why?
Prenatal Substance Exposure and Child Maltreatment: A Systematic Review.Academic Article Why?
Association of Parental Adverse Childhood Experiences and Current Child Adversity.Academic Article Why?
A two-center retrospective review of the hematologic evaluation and laboratory abnormalities in suspected victims of non-accidental injury.Academic Article Why?
Challenges in the evaluation for possible abuse: presentations of congenital bleeding disorders in childhood.Academic Article Why?
Educational interventions for intimate partner violence: guidance from survivors.Academic Article Why?
Failure to Provide Adequate Palliative Care May Be Medical Neglect.Academic Article Why?
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