Practice Guidance

Fabricated or induced illness: understanding the risks to children

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Introduction

Quick links Introduction Guidance Forms of Presentation Assessing Presentation Prevalence in the population Characteristics of Victim Characteristic of Perpetrator Motivation of Perpetrator Recognition of FII Investigating Cases of Suspected FII Perplexing Presentations Forms of Evidence Practice Points Impact on the Professional References Introduction Fabricated or Induced illness (FII) is one of the most controversial, perplexing […]

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