Volpellier, M. (2009). Physical forensic signs of sexual torture in children. A guideline for non specialized medical examiners. Torture : quarterly journal on rehabilitation of torture victims and prevention of torture, 19 2, 157-66 .
First paragraph from the Abstract:
“Proper forensic documentation of sexual torture
in children is crucial. Informed consent for examination and documentation must be sought from the child/accompanying person and the examination conducted in a sensitive and respectful
manner. Time should be given to the child to relate the history of torture and the examiner should start with open ended questions. The history of torture should be recorded verbatim as much as