The Battered Child: Guidelines and Medical-legal Implications
Child abuse is a topical issue in modern society and has social and medical implications that directly concern the doctor, both as a private citizen and as a health professional.
KeywordsChild Abuse Penal Code Skeletal Survey Shake Baby Syndrome Battered Child
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