Question: Adolescent Gyn
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A 15 year old girl is brought in by her uncle for a chief complaint of vaginal discharge (he explains that her parents are working and unable to bring her in). She has yellow vaginal discharge and cervical motion tenderness on exam. Her pelvic exam is otherwise unremarkable. She has a linear bruise on her neck, some circular marks on her right dorsal hand, and some linear hyperpigmented marks on her right volar wrist. She shrugs her shoulders when asked how these occurred. Her uncle states that she “does it to herself.” She avoids eye contact, is not very conversant, and her uncle answers most of her questions for her. She shakes her head “no” when asked about depression or suicidality.