Posts from the ‘Perceived child abuse.’ Category

Additional Injuries in Young Infants with Concern for Abuse and Apparently Isolated Bruises


Additional Injuries in Young Infants with Concern for Abuse and Apparently Isolated Bruises.

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Additional Injuries in Young Infants with Concern for Abuse and Apparently Isolated Bruises


Additional Injuries in Young Infants with Concern for Abuse and Apparently Isolated Bruises.

The case of Kathleen Folbigg: medical expert testimony, a system failure


Tragic Case of Shaken Baby Syndrome Rooted in “Flimsy” Science: Expert


Finally, a Judge Calls Shaken Baby Diagnosis an “Article of Faith”


The Trouble With Shaken Baby Syndrome


The Trouble With Shaken Baby Syndrome.

Epidemic of Infantile Rickets May Have Put Thousands of Innocent Parents in Jail for Child Abuse


 

A decade later, shaken baby convictions appealed


 

Genetic and Congenital Defect Conditions that Mimic Child Abuse | The Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation


Genetic and Congenital Defect Conditions that Mimic Child Abuse | The Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation.

Garrett, D. 2011 Overcoming Defence Expert Testimony In Abusive Head Trauma Cases, National Centre for Prosecution of Child Abuse. Edited by Odom, E. Appelbaum, A. & Pendle, D.