Sexual Assault Against Women

Sexual Assault Against Women

 

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Sommers, M.S., Zink, T.M., Fargo, J.D., Baker, R.B., Buschur, C., Shambley-Ebron, D.Z., et al. (2008). Forensic sexual assault examination and genital injury: is skin color a source of health disparity? American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 26(8), 857-866.

Cook, R.J., Dickens, B.M., & Thapa, S. (2005). Caring for victims of sexual abuse. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 91(2), 194-199.

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Du Mont, J., & McGregor, M.J. (2004). Sexual violence in the lives of urban sex workers: A descriptive and comparative analysis. Women and Health, 39(3), 79- 96.

Peschers, U.M., Du Mont, J., Jundt, K., Pfürtner, M., Dugan, E., & Kindermann, G. (2003). Prevalence of sexual abuse among women seeking gynecologic care in Germany. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 101(1), 103-108.

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Last update: 13 September 2012