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LABORATORY: Additional Resources

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Christian CW, Lavelle JM, De Jong AR, Loiselle J, Brenner L, Joffe M. Forensic evidence findings in prepubertal victims of sexual assault. Pediatrics. 2000; 106(1 Pt 1):100-4.

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Favaloro EJ. Clinical application of the PFA-100. Current Opinion in Hematology 2002; 9(5):407-415.

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Updated information: CDC’s Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Treatment Guidelines, 2021 .

Moses S. Toxicology Screening, Urine Tox Screen. Family Practice Notebook; 2005.

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Sirotnak AP. Testing sexually abused children for sexually transmitted diseases: Who to test, when to test and why. Pediatric Annals 1994;23:370-374.

Siegel RM, Schubert CJ, Myers PA, Shapiro R. The prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases in children and adolescents evaluated for sexual abuse in Cincinnati: Rationale for limited STD testing in prepubertal girls. Pediatrics 1995; 96:1090-1094.

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