Domestic violence: it can happen to anyone. (includes related articles and patient information) (Special Issue: Women's Health)
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Community Health | Other Medical Specialties | Preventive Medicine
Physicians should be more aware of the signs that a patient, most likely a woman, is a victim of domestic violence and provide the appropriate treatment. Ways in which physicians can determine if a woman is the victim of violence include treating repeated injuries and injuries in hard-to-reach places.
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Citation: Patient Care. Vol. 27, no. 18 (November 15, 1993), pp. 63-101.
Buell, Sarah J.; Candib, Lucy M.; Dauphine, Joan; and Sassetti, Marian R., "Domestic violence: it can happen to anyone. (includes related articles and patient information) (Special Issue: Women's Health)" (1993). Family Medicine and Community Health Publications and Presentations. 100.
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