While examining suspected sexual assault survivors, it is important that investigators be able to accurately assess not only for those findings indicative of assault but also for normal or otherwise nonassaultive findings. The difference between normal and assaultive findings may be subtle, and assessing for normal findings in cases of suspected sexual violence may be challenging. That being the case, sexual assault investigators of every variety can benefit from a fast and accessible reference to support their evaluations.
Physical Examinations of Sexual Assault Pocket Atlas, Volume 2: Nonassault Variants and Normal Findings provides a quick and convenient visual reference for normal and nonassault findings in suspected survivors. This light-weight and pocket-sized photographic atlas includes more than 500 full-color exam photographs and corresponding case studies written by expert investigators. Readers in medicine, law enforcement, and any organizations affiliated with sexual assault investigations will benefit from an extensive and accessible visual catalog of normal physical findings.