Kelsey Finkel

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A 12-year-old boy presented with a 7-year history of intermittent colicky epigastric pain. Serial abdominal ultrasound studies showed a contracted gallbladder, and single and double dose oral cholecystograms demonstrated nonfunction. All other investigation results were normal. At cholecystectomy, there was a fibrotic stricture at the junction of the(More)
  • K C Finkel
  • Canadian family physician Médecin de famille…
  • 1994
The problem of child sexual abuse is of increasing relevance to family physicians. Apart from the need to recognize and manage child victims and their families, it is important to be aware of the incidence and nature of the many sequelae of childhood sexual exploitation. Common signals include physical, psychosomatic, and psychiatric disorders. Some(More)
There are few assessments with strong evidence of validity for collecting data from students studying computer science (CS) education. Many of the assessments focus solely on students' attitudes and beliefs, or on curriculum. With the launch of NYC's CS4All initiative, there is a need for assessments that can be used at scale to measure CS outcomes across(More)