Suspicious Fracture in a Toddler

Clare Cardo McKegney, APRN, CPNP

Disclosures

J Pediatr Health Care. 2008;22(3):196-198. 

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Case Study Questions

  1. What are the differential diagnoses?

  2. What is the suggested standard of practice for forensic evaluation of suspected child abuse?

  3. Is there a particular type of referral that should be made in a case like this?

  4. What responsibilities, if any, do you have to a child with this type of injury and diagnosis?

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