ABC of Child Protection by Sir Roy Meadow, Jacqueline Mok, Donna Rosenberg

By Sir Roy Meadow, Jacqueline Mok, Donna Rosenberg

Baby abuse is unforgivable and this publication pulls no punches in describing what it really is and exhibiting the obvious results. while you are considering the care of alternative peoples young children i will be able to suggest it.

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Deliberate self overdose occurs with increasing incidence after the age of 10; its identification is usually obvious. Nevertheless, in all these cases, evidence of other forms of abuse or of unexpected deaths in siblings should be sought, and the child protection register checked. Repeated presentations for accidental poisoning should lead to consideration of possible neglect and inadequate safety and supervision at home. Less than 15% of the thousands of children who present to hospital because of accidental poisoning develop symptoms from the substance; death is extremely rare.

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If the pathologist is unable to remove the orbital tissues with the eyeball, then the entire globe, along with a long segment of optic nerve, should be removed from an anterior approach. Removal of the globe with or without the orbital contents does not cause a cosmetically apparent deformity should the body be on view at the funeral. g. 2 A: intraretinal blot haemorrhage, blood vessel passes into and through haemorrhage; B: superficial intraretinal flame-shaped haemorrhage; C: preretinal haemorrhage, blood vessel obscured; D: traumatic retinoschisis; E: subretinal haemorrhage, vessel runs over haemorrhage.

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