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RADIOLOGY: Additional Resources

American Academy of Pediatrics: Section on Radiology. Diagnostic imaging in child abuse. Pediatrics 1991; 87:262-264. The policy statement was been revised. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/123/5/1430.full.pdf+html

American College of Radiology. ACR Standards. Reston, VA: American College of Radiology; 1997; 23:1-4, American College of Radiology standard for skeletal surveys in children.

Caré M. Imaging in suspected child abuse: What to expect and what to order. Pediatric Annals. 2002; 31(10):651-659.

Duhaime AC, Alario AJ, Lewander WJ, et al. Head injury in very young children: Mechanisms, injury types, and ophthalmologic findings in 100 hospitalized patients younger than 2 years of age. Pediatrics 1992; 90(2 Pt 1):179-185.

Giardino AP, Finkel MA, Giardino ER, Seidl T, Ludwig S. A Practical Guide to the Evaluation of Sexual Abuse in the Prepubertal Child. Newbury Park: Sage Publications; 1992: Ch. 4, Evaluation of fractures and skeletal injuries.

Lonergan GJ, Baker AM, Morey MK, Boos SC. From the archives of the AFIP. Child abuse: Radiologic-pathologic correlation. Radiographics 2003; 23(4):811-845.

Reece, R. What the literature tells us about rib fracture in infancy. National Conference on SBS. SBS Quarterly. Fall 2002.

Schutzman SA, Barnes P, Duhaime AC, et al. Evaluation and management of children younger than two years old with apparently minor head trauma: Proposed guidelines. Pediatrics 2001; 107:983-993.

Slovis TL, Smith W, Kushner DC, et al. Imaging the child with suspected physical abuse. American College of Radiology, ACR Appropriateness Criteria. Radiology 2000; 215(Suppl):805-809.

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