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|FIGURE 1. Typical appearance of the hymen and perihymenal tissues|
in a 12-year-old girl. Once females have entered puberty, the hymen
becomes redundant with overlapping folds and is more dif cult to
examine for subtle signs of acute or healed injury.
|FIGURE 3. A 10-year-old girl with an acute tear of the posterior vestibule after |
recent sexual assault by a stranger. The posterior vestibule is
the most common location for acute penetrative trauma in females.
|FIGURE 5. Acute rectal laceration in a young boy who was sexually|
abused by a relative. More than 95 percent of anal examinations in children
with a history of anal penetration are normal or nonspecic.
|FIGURE 6. Herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 1 infection on the vulva of|
the prepubertal girl caused by sexual abuse. HSV type 1 of the genitals
from sexual contact is increasing in prevalence relative to
HSV type 2 infections of the genitals.
|FIGURE 7. Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus in a young girl. This is a|
cutaneous disease, but commonly confused with sexual abuse because
of the subepidermal hemorrhages.
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