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2017-2018 Enduring Materials Course - Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse: Examination, Interpretation, and Clinical Evaluation: Part III

Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse: Examination, Interpretation, and Clinical Evaluation: Part III

Presented by:

  • Lori Vavul-Roediger, MD Dayton Children’s Hospital 
  • Kathi Makoroff, MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Click to view presentation. This presentation does not include sound, scroll down at the right at your own pace. Part three of four. To contact presenter call 937-641-3050

Objectives:

  1. Understand that the majority of anogenital examinations are “normal” in cases of pediatric sexual abuse

  2. Accurately identify and document anogenital findings that result from both abusive and non-abusive injury
  3. Recognize physical findings outside of the anogenital exam often associated with sexual abuse

  4. Understand the significance of sexually transmitted infections in relation to sexual abuse

To receive your CME credit for this activity:
After viewing and reflecting on this presentation in its entirety, click on "CME Post-Test" to take the post-test and evaluation. After submitting the online test/evaluation it will be submitted to Dayton Children's department of medical education. CME credit will be awarded upon successful completion of the post-test and evaluation.
*Participants should only claim the hours of participation.

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