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If doctors suspect a patient has been abused, they generally check for telltale signs, such as multiple injuries in various stages of healing. But new research suggests they may be missing an important clue: fractures around the eye or upper face.
A study published today in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery found that such injuries are more common in female victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) — defined as physical, sexual or emotional violence between partners or former partners — than among women who were assaulted during, say, a robbery, or hurt in a car accident, who are more likely to suffer broken jaws.
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