Child Sexual Abuse

Berkoff, M.C., Zolotor, A.J., Makoroff, K.L., et al. (2008). Has this prepubertal girl been sexually abused? Journal of the American Medical Association, 300(23), 2779- 2792.

Hornor, G. (2008). A normal ano-genital exam: sexual abuse or not? Journal of Pediatric Health Care, Article in Press.

Kucuker, H. (2008). Analysis of 268 child and adolescent victims of sexual assault and the legal outcome. The Turkish Journal of Pediatrics, 50(4), 313-316.

Spitzer, R.F., Kives, S., Caccia, N., Ornstein, M., Goia, C., & Allen, L.M. (2008). Retrospective review of unintentional female genital trauma at a pediatric referral center. Pediatric Emergency Care, 24(12), 831-835.

Adams, J.A., Kaplan, R.A., Starling, S.P., Mehta, N.H., Finkel, M.A., Botash, A.S. et al. (2007). Guidelines for medical care of children who may have been sexually abused. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, 20(3), 163-172.

McCann, J., Miyamoto, S., Boyle, C., & Rogers, K. (2007). Healing of nonhymenal genital injuries in prepubertal and adolescent girls: A descriptive study. I, 1000-1011.

Bernard, D., Peters, M., & Makoroff, K. (2006). The evaluation of suspected pediatric sexual abuse. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 7(3), 161-169.

Kellogg, N.D., Menard, S.W., & Santos, A. (2004). Genital anatomy in pregnant adolescents: “Normal” does not mean “nothing happened”. Pediatrics, 113(1), 67-69.


Last update: 13 September 2012