2002
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.138.3.318
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Scald Abuse

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“…Burns comprise about 5 to 22% of all physical abuse 52,53 . They represent between 8 and 25% of all pediatric burns and seem to be more common in children under 3 years old.…”
Section: Burns and Differential Diagnosesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Burns comprise about 5 to 22% of all physical abuse 52,53 . They represent between 8 and 25% of all pediatric burns and seem to be more common in children under 3 years old.…”
Section: Burns and Differential Diagnosesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As they injure the dermis, they usually regress forming a scar. They usually present as grouped lesions on the face, hands and feet 53 . When accidental, they tend to be oval, eccentric and more superficial, because the child reacts quickly to the pain.…”
Section: Burns and Differential Diagnosesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Characteristic features of forced immersion include stocking and glove distribution, zebra stripes, and donut hole sparing. [38] Stocking and glove burns occur when a child's hands and/or feet are forcibly immersed in hot water, resulting in symmetrical, circumferential, and well demarcated burns. Zebra stripes are due to sparing of the flexural creases secondary to the body's flexed position in the hot liquid.…”
Section: Epidemiology and Demographic Characteristicsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…48 Immersion burns are of uniform depth, with a sharp line of demarcation between burned and normal skin. In contrast, children who spill hot liquids usually burn the anterior portions of their body, and the severity of the burn dissipates as the liquids runs down the skin and cools.…”
Section: Burnsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although there is controversy regarding whether or not this cultural practice can lead to shaken baby syndrome, current literature describes the shaking as nonviolent and lacks any reports of significant resultant injury. 48 Therefore, caida de mollera is an improbable cause of shaken baby syndrome.…”
Section: Cultural Practicesmentioning
confidence: 99%