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Striae in Adolescence: A Suspicious of Bully
Electronic Journal of General Medicine
Adolescent striae are more common in girls. The striae in boys can be misinterpreted as a result of non-accidental injuries such as physical abuses and violence. We reported a case of a 16-year-old boy who presented with multiple linear purplish striae on the upper trunk and both axillae area. The skin lesion was initially interpreted as lesions resulted from physical abuse and bully activities at his school. The parent was concerned about the skin lesions and they thought their son had beendoi:10.29333/ejgm/11015 fatcat:yz672vky5zh5ffkzsv5tmzyfzy