Child Sexual Abuse
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- Erythema of vulval vestibule or perianal tissues
- Increased vascularity of vulvar vestibule, labial adhesions, friability of posterior fourchette or commissure, thickened hymen or hymenal notch, and/or vaginal discharge or bleeding
- Vesicular lesions, verrucous lesions, ulceration, ecchymosis, or scarring
- Anal dilatation and/or anal fissures
- Oral sexual trauma in children can result in a torn labial or lingual frenulum.
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