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J Natl Med Assoc. 1988 Nov; 80(11): 1189–1193.
PMCID: PMC2571548
PMID: 3249324

Sexual Victimization of Boys: An Ongoing Study of an Adolescent Medicine Clinic Population


An ongoing clinical research project on sexual victimization of boys was begun in 1982. The study population is boys aged 12 to 21 years attending an adolescent medicine clinic for reasons other than having been sexually abused. More recently, comparison populations have been obtained from a sexual abuse clinic, from an adolescent medicine clinic for girls, and from a group of adolescent sexual offenders.

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