• Polyembolokoilamania in Child Sexual Abuse: Physical Examination Findings After Abusive Foreign Body Insertion and Literature Summary

    9 days ago - By Pediatric Emergency Care

    Objective
    To characterize the physical examination findings in children and adolescents who disclosed insertion of an object into their bodies as part of their sexual abuse history and to identify how this population compares to similar cases described in the published literature.
    Methods
    This is a 15-year retrospective review of children younger than 18 years seen at a large urban children's assessment center. In addition, we reviewed and summarized the last two decades of literature characterizing pediatric anogenital foreign bodies to better understand previously described findings in...
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