2017
DOI: 10.17986/blm.2017228069
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Abstract: AbstractObjective: It has been reported that certain children are more at risk of sexual abuse: these risks factors are defined as individual, familial, social and institutional factors. However, data from clinical risks in the literature is limited. In this study, we aimed to determine the clinical risk factors of sexual abuse.Materials and Methods: 22 female and 12 male, sexually abused children and 34 healthy volunteer children were involved in this study. Patients and volunteers were assessed with the Par… Show more

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