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Munchausen Syndrome (cont.)

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REFERENCES:

Criddle, L. "Monsters in the closet: Munchausen syndrome by proxy." Critical Care Nurse 30.6 Dec. 2010: 46-55.

Lauwers, R, N. Van De Winkel, N. Vanderbruggen, and I. Hubloue. "Munchausen syndrome in the emergency department mostly difficult, sometimes easy to diagnose: a case report and review of the literature." World Journal of Emergency Surgery 4 (2009).

Stirling, J., Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect. "Beyond Munchausen syndrome by proxy: Identification and treatment of child abuse in a medical setting." Pediatrics 119.5 May 2007: 1026-1030.


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