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Child Abuse Cases 12


Which of the following statements regarding child sexual abuse findings in prepubertal girls is true?

  1. Transections to the posterior hymen are consistent with sexual abuse.
  2. Perforations of the hymen are a common finding due to sexual abuse.
  3. Vaginal discharge is a frequent finding among non-abused girls.
  4. The absence of a deep notch suggests a decreased likelihood of abuse.

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