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DOCUMENTATION: Additional Resources

American Academy of Pediatrics. Coding for Pediatrics 2004, 9th ed. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; 2003.

American Hospital Association. ICD-9-CM Expert for Physicians, Volumes 1 & 2 - 2004. West Valley City, UT: Ingenix (St. Anthony/Medicode); 2003.

American Medical Association. CPT 2004-Current Procedural Terminology, Professional Edition. Chicago, IL: American Medical Association; 2003.

American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Task Force on Medical Evaluation of Suspected Child Abuse. Photographic Documentation of Child Abuse: Practice Guidelines. APSAC. Accessed February 2003. No longer available.

Bar-on ME, Zanga JR. Child abuse: A model for the use of structured clinical forms. Pediatrics 1996; 98:429-433.

Bradley J, Blythe M, eds. Quick Reference Guide to Pediatric Coding and Documentation of Adolescent Medicine: A Companion to Coding for Pediatrics. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; 2004.

Finkel MA, Ricci LR. Documentation and preservation of visual evidence in child abuse. Child Maltreatment 1997; 2:322-330.

Limbos MAP, Berkowitz CD. Documentation of child physical abuse: How far have we come? Pediatrics 1998; 102:53-58.

McMillan JA, DeAngelis CD, Feigin RD, Warshaw JB, eds. Oski's Pediatrics: Principles and Practice 3rd edtion. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; 1999: 527-531.

Meyers JEB. Role of physician in preserving verbal evidence of child abuse. The Journal of Pediatrics 1986; 109:409-411.

The New York State Police will answer questions about photographing evidence and will also provide forensic photography training. Go to their Web site . Click on your region to bring up a list of the stations and Troop Headquarters. Call the Headquarters and ask for the Troop ID section.

Ricci LR. Photographing the physically abused child. American Journal of Diseases of Children 1991; 145:275-281.

Ricci LR. Photodocumentation of the abused child. In Reece RM, ed. Child Abuse Medical Diagnosis and Management. Malvern, PA: Lea and Febiger; 1994: 248-278.

Socolar RRS, Champion M, Green C. Physicians' documentation of sexual abuse of children. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 1996; 150:191- 196.

U. S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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