Tanya Hinds, MD
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
National Provider ID: 1477624617
Tanya Hinds, M.D., is a child abuse pediatrician at Children's National and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Genetic disorders, including osteogenesis imperfecta, rarely mimic child abuse
Hinds, T., & Giardino, A. (2020). Child sexual abuse: Current Evidence, Clinical Practice, and Policy Directions (1st ed.). Cham: Springer. Jackson, A. M., & Hinds, T. (2019). Conditions Mistaken for Physical and Sexual Abuse. In B.R. Shah, et al. (Eds.), Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (3rd ed., pp 47-90). New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Hinds, T., & Lumba-Brown, A. (2019). Sexual Abuse, Gynecology, and Sexually Transmitted Infections. In B.R. Shah, et al. (Eds.), Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (3rd ed., pp159-187). New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.Hinds, T., & Jackson, A.M. (2019). Failure to thrive (weight faltering). In M.D. Cabana, et al. (Eds.), The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult (8th ed., pp.352-353). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer. Hinds, T., & Giardino, A. (2017). Child physical abuse: Current Evidence, Clinical Practice, and Policy Directions (1st ed.). Cham: Springer. Hinds, T., & Atkinson, N. (2017). Overview of Sexual Assault, Abuse and Exploitation. In A.P. Giardino et al. (Eds.), Sexual Assault Victimization across the Life Span (2nd ed., pp.1-21). St. Louis: STM Learning, Inc.Hinds, T. (2016). Abusive Head Trauma. In J. Anderst, Visual Diagnosis of Child Abuse: The AAP Resource of Visual Findings of Child Abuse for Medical Providers (4th ed.). Itasca: American Academy of Pediatrics. Hinds, T., Shalaby-Rana, E. (2016). The role of neuroimaging in evaluation of abusive head trauma. J Pediatr Neuroradiol, 5(1), 38-44.