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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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One researcher has indicated that "oversensitivity or hyposensitivity of the children to the pain, insufficient history to the explanation of the trauma's features, the time between the approval of the patient for physical examination and trauma's exact time may lead us to the diagnosis of battered child syndrome." (36) BCS was never intended to be an illness in the sense of a disease that doctors could label, research, and cure.
Reactions to the threatened loss of a child: A vulnerable child syndrome. Pediatrics, 34, 58-66.
This Note addresses the link between battered woman syndrome, battered child syndrome, and black rage in homicide cases.
Caffey, a pediatric radiologist, originated the concept of child abuse as a medical entity, which he described as the "battered child syndrome."[2] In the 1960s there was a flood of articles in the medical literature fully describing the clinical, radiological, psychological and legal aspects of child abuse, resulting in much public and professional awareness.
Kinky hair syndrome: serial study of radiologic findings with emphasis on the similarity to the battered child syndrome. Radiology 1974; 112: 401-7.
Glazier is the first person to be granted clemency based on evidence that she was a victim of battered child syndrome, according to Paul Mones, the lead attorney in the clemency action.
Salicylate poisoning as a manifestation of the battered child syndrome. Am J Dis Child.
"Perhaps it's second child syndrome," Pauline said.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should look out for Princess Charlotte experiencing middle child syndrome after welcoming their new baby, a parenting expert has said.
Once "cruelly and incorrectly" referred to as "clumsy child syndrome", dyspraxia, which is also known as developmental coordination disorder (DCD), can run in families.
He fired off a jokey email offering his services, claiming he had a disability called "middle child syndrome" and even asked if there would be a "little money in the gig" for him.

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