Forensic Photography in Suspected Child Abuse
Photography of physical findings should be a routine procedure in child abuse cases. (Forensic) photography serves several purposes (Hobbs et al. 1999; RCPCH 2006).
KeywordsChild Abuse Physical Finding White Balance Bite Mark False Allegation
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