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Conflict of Interest: Dr. Lindberg has provided paid expert witness testimony in cases with concern for child physical abuse. Drs. Berger's, Campbell's, Letson's, Harper's, Melville's and Wood's institutions have been paid in cases with concern for child physical abuse for which they have provided expert testimony. The other authors report no conflicts of interest.