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Long-term health outcomes of childhood sexual abuse - American Nurse Today rectal damage due to sexual abuse

Jan 26, 2008 · Herpetic lesions may be spread from an infected caretaker or by autoinoculation from oral lesions. The simultaneous presence of anogenital warts or herpetic lesions with other sexually transmitted infections (eg, Trichomonas, gonorrhea, syphilis, Chlamydia) or physical signs of abuse increase the likelihood that sexual abuse is the cause.

Mar 28, 2011 · Studies regarding children’s sexual abuse injuries are few and far between and there is much debate as to what types of injuries result, how severe those injuries may be, and how much, if any, permanent damage can result from the sexual abuse of a child.

In this article, we concentrate upon emergency management of injuries sustained by child victims of acute sexual assault (reports within 72 h of the abuse) provided at a tertiary care pediatric surgical unit.

Sep 21, 2004 · Rectal sexual injury Fist fornication. Fist fornication or ‘fisting’ is the insertion of a partner’s fist into the rectum, which for some increases sexual arousal. This activity has the potential to cause severe rectal trauma and even death (Crass et al, 1981).