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Making the Invisible Visible: Bringing Intimate Partner Violence into Focus.

How Radiologists Can Help Domestic Violence Victims in Boston.
Boston 25 NEWS, 11.19.2019.

Forearm Fracture May Be Red Flag for Domestic Violence, Study Finds
Boston 25 NEWS, 12.03.2020.

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Important and provocative work by @KhuranaBharti: “Up to one-third of adult women sustaining isolated ulnar fractures may be the victims of intimate partner violence.”

“Knowledge of isolated ulnar fracture, especially nondisplaced, as a marker of [intimate partner violence] can enable #radiologists to play a critical role by providing early identification of IPV for timely intervention to make the ‘invisible’ visible.” #radiology @KhuranaBharti

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