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  1. He had been referred from a local rural hospital where he had been taken by the same aunt, for treatment of the swelling.
  2. The swelling had occurred only 2 days prior to visiting the local hospital, and 4 days before presenting himself at the University Dental Hospital.
  3. Child abuse can also be in the form of emotional abuse involving coercive, constant belittling, shaming, humiliating a child, making negative comparisons to others, frequent yelling, threatening, or bullying of the child, rejecting and ignoring the child as punishment, having limited physical contact with the child e. Enquiry about the causes of the swelling provided unclear answers.
  4. The boy was in grade seven in a local primary school and had the aspiration of becoming a medical doctor in future.

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Abstract Child abuse and neglect are serious global problems and can be in the form of physical, sexual, emotional or just neglect in providing for the child's needs. These factors can leave the child with serious, long-lasting psychological damage. In the present case report, a 12-year-old orphaned boy was physically abused by a close relative who caused actual bodily and emotional trauma to the boy.

After satisfactorily managing the trauma and emotional effects to the patient, in addition to the counseling services provided to the caregiver, the patient made a steady recovery. He was also referred to a child support group for social support, and prepare him together with his siblings for placement in a children's home in view of the hostile environment in which they were living.

  1. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
  2. Child abuse, therefore, is when harm or threat of harm is made to a child by someone acting in the role of caretaker.
  3. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. In the present case report, a 12-year-old orphaned boy was physically abused by a close relative who caused actual bodily and emotional trauma to the boy.
  4. The patient was also found to have a big, healing scar on the dorsal surface of the left foot, the cause of which was also unclear [ Figure 1 ]. It was not possible to establish from the aunt or the boy the situation of the patient's other siblings.

Etiology, child abuse, child neglect, management Introduction For a long time, child protection in general has been perceived as a matter for the professionals specializing in social service, health, mental health, and justice systems.

However, this problem remains a duty to all, and more so a concern for other social scientists such as anthropologists, economists, historians, planners, political scientists, sociologists, and humanists e.

Child abuse: A classic case report with literature review

Child abuse, therefore, is when harm or threat of harm is made to a child by someone acting in the role of caretaker. Child abuse can also be in the form of emotional abuse involving coercive, constant belittling, shaming, humiliating a child, making negative comparisons to others, frequent yelling, threatening, or bullying of the child, rejecting and ignoring the child as punishment, having limited physical contact with the child e. All these factors can lead to interference with the child's normal social or psychological development leaving the child with lifelong psychological scars.

  • Child abuse can also be in the form of emotional abuse involving coercive, constant belittling, shaming, humiliating a child, making negative comparisons to others, frequent yelling, threatening, or bullying of the child, rejecting and ignoring the child as punishment, having limited physical contact with the child e;
  • Case Report Peter, a 12-year-old boy, accompanied by his maternal aunt, presented at the local university Dental Hospital Pediatric Dental Clinic in Kenya in October 2012, with a complaint of a large, painful left facial swelling related to the left upper incisors;
  • After satisfactorily managing the trauma and emotional effects to the patient, in addition to the counseling services provided to the caregiver, the patient made a steady recovery.

Lastly, child abuse can be in the form of child neglect, when an able caregiver fails to provide basic needs, adequate food, clothing, hygiene, supervision shelter, supervision, medical care, or support to the child. Signs and symptoms of child abuse commonly include subnormal growth of the child, unexplained head and dental injuries, soft-tissue injuries like bruises and bite marks, burns and bony injuries like broken ribs, in the absence of a history pointing to the cause or causes of the trauma.

The present case report describes a child who was abuse by a very close relative, and who caused physical and psychological trauma to the young lad.

  • The present case report describes a child who was abuse by a very close relative, and who caused physical and psychological trauma to the young lad;
  • In the present case report, a 12-year-old orphaned boy was physically abused by a close relative who caused actual bodily and emotional trauma to the boy;
  • The patient had no adverse past medical history and had never consulted a dentist previous to the present problem;
  • This article has been cited by other articles in PMC;
  • The three children had moved to live with their maternal grandparents and their seven sons;
  • The three children had moved to live with their maternal grandparents and their seven sons.

Case Report Term paper about child abuse in the philippines, a 12-year-old boy, accompanied by his maternal aunt, presented at the local university Dental Hospital Pediatric Dental Clinic in Kenya in October 2012, with a complaint of a large, painful left facial swelling related to the left upper incisors. He had been referred from a local rural hospital where he had been taken by the same aunt, for treatment of the swelling. The swelling had occurred only 2 days prior to visiting the local hospital, and 4 days before presenting himself at the University Dental Hospital.

Enquiry about the causes of the swelling provided unclear answers. Family history indicated that the young boy was a first-born among three siblings 9-year-old girl, 5-year-old boyand that their single parent mother had been deceased for 6 years due to HIV-related complications. The three children had moved to live with their maternal grandparents and their seven sons. The patient had no adverse past medical history and had never consulted a dentist previous to the present problem.

The boy was in grade seven in a local primary school and had the aspiration of becoming a medical doctor in future.

It was not possible to establish from the aunt or the boy the situation of the patient's other siblings. An extra-oral examination showed a young boy with a normal gait, sickly, unkempt, rather withdrawn, and small for his age. He had asymmetrical face due to the swelling involving his left submandibular region and spreading upwards to the inferior orbital margin, febrile 39.

However, the temporomandibular joint movements were normal.

  • Child abuse can also be in the form of emotional abuse involving coercive, constant belittling, shaming, humiliating a child, making negative comparisons to others, frequent yelling, threatening, or bullying of the child, rejecting and ignoring the child as punishment, having limited physical contact with the child e;
  • Child abuse can also be in the form of emotional abuse involving coercive, constant belittling, shaming, humiliating a child, making negative comparisons to others, frequent yelling, threatening, or bullying of the child, rejecting and ignoring the child as punishment, having limited physical contact with the child e;
  • It was not possible to establish from the aunt or the boy the situation of the patient's other siblings;
  • The patient was also found to have a big, healing scar on the dorsal surface of the left foot, the cause of which was also unclear [ Figure 1 ];
  • He had been referred from a local rural hospital where he had been taken by the same aunt, for treatment of the swelling.

The patient was also found to have a big, healing scar on the dorsal surface of the left foot, the cause of which was also unclear [ Figure 1 ].