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Montenegro

DOCTORS UNION 12. 02. 2018.   >>  17:22 0

DOCTORS UNION

Nothing indicated violence

None of the reports or results of radiological search of deceased fifteen-month-old child, who died from injuries sustained by abuse, did not indicate any signs of physical violence when a child was admitted to the Clinical Center of Montenegro (KCCG) on January 6th, reports the Medical Doctors Union in Montenegro.

According to the Union’s statement, the child was not hospitalized for injury, but had been sent for further examinations because the doctor suspected a systemic illness as boy’s lymph nodes were enlarged.

The Union reports that the boy was brought to the KCCG on February 6th, 2018 with hematoma at the forehead, which corresponded to the information given by the stepfather and his neighbor, the cop.

"Hematoma under the eye in children often arise as a consequence of lowering hematoma from the forehead by gravitational action, rather than as an injury caused by a separate, direct action of the force in the eye area. There were no other injuries to the boy, visible traces of old injuries, signs of neglect or malnutrition, " says the statement.

They also say that doctors at the KCCG monthly receive 100 children with similar head traumas, which are the most frequent consequence of a fall or an accident.

"During physical examination of abused children, frequently are seen marks of fingers or objects with which the injuries were inflicted, and which did not exist in this case. Also, none of the medical reports or results of radiological searches have indicated any signs of physical abuse, " the statement said.

The Medical Doctors Union also said that the boy was calm, sitting in the lap of his stepfather, which is another fact that did not indicate to the ordinating physician that the child had been subjected to violence.

"Namely, a child suffering from violence is often disturbed by a person who practices violence. Older child can verbalize it, while younger shows through cry, " says the statement.

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