Recognition of the Occurrence of Domestic Violence

■ Injuries to the head, eyes, neck, torso, breasts, abdomen, and/or genitals

■ Bilateral or multiple injuries

■ A delay between the time of injury and the time at which treatment is sought

■ Inconsistencies between the patient's explanation of the injuries and the physician's clinical findings

■ A history of repeated trauma

■ The perpetrator may exhibit signs of control over the the health care team, refusal to leave the patient's side to allow private conversation, and control of victim.

■ The patient calls or visits frequently for general somatic complaints.

■ In pregnant women: Late entry into prenatal care, missed appointments, and multiple repeated complaints are often seen in abused pregnant women.

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