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Psychiatry

FA complete review Part 2 Pathology

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What are results of long-term deprivation of affection? 1. Failure to thrive 2. Poor language/ socialization skills 3. Lack of basic trust 4. Reactive attachment disorder 5. Disinhibited social engagement
For how long do deprevation of affection can cause irreversible effects? For > 6 months
What is the worst result of severe deprivation of affecrtion? Infant death
What are results of long-term deprivation of affection? 1. Failure to thrive 2. Poor language/ socialization skills 3. Lack of basic trust 4. Reactive attachment disorder 5. Disinhibited social engagement
For how long do deprivation of affection can cause irreversible effects? For > 6 months
What is the worst result of severe deprivation of affection? Infant death
What are the three kinds or types of child abuse? Physical, Sexual, and Emotional abuse
What are the main clinical signs for child physical abuse? Fractures, bruises, or burns
What are characteristics often found in injuries of child physical abuse? Injuries present in different stages of healing or in patterns resembling possible implements of injury
What are some common specific injuries that indicate physical abuse to a child? Head trauma (shaken baby syndrome)
Why is it common for abusive caregivers to delay medical attention in physical abuse events? The delay may be due to prepare a convincing story to the reason of the injury
What are common clinical features of Abusive head trauma? Subdural hematomas and/or retinal hemorrhages
What is to be suspected in a 8 year old girl, that demonstrates a wide knowledge on sex and sexual maturity? Sexual abuse by caregiver
What are common signs of Sexual abuse to a child? STIs, UTIs, and genital, anal, or oral trauma
True or False. Sexual abuse is most often asymptomatic and shows no physical signs. True; Sexual abuse should not be excluded from dx without physical evidence
What is a clinical / behavioral characteristic of child with emotional abuse? Babies or young children may lack a bond with caregiver, but overly affectionate with less familiar adults
What type of child abuse is often associated with children aggressive toward other children and animals? Emotional abuse
What type of abuse is often the root of an older child to opt out to be alone and very aggressive toward peers? Emotional abuse
Most deaths due to child physical abuse are in what time frame? < 1 year of age
What is the peak incidence for child sexual abuse cases? 9-12 years old
By what age is emotional abuse most likely to be diagnosed? 21 years of age
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