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Self - inflicted lesions refers to a behavioural disorder with a complex ethiology. The occurrence of these cases in minors seems to be on the increase in last years, as well as minors abuse. On the assumption that there is a possible relation between minors abuse and this behavioural disorder, it has been evaluated comparatively the frequency with which it occurs among the minors examined in the forensic practice following reported abuse and the frequency with which it appears among the general population, sampled from the pupils in the final year of a high school in Bistrita.

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