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Sol sits down with Children’s National Geneticist Natasha Shur to discuss medical mimics of child abuse. Osteogenesis imperfecta is the most common condition that might mimic abuse. Diagnosis of OI is made based on clinical history, family history, radiographic data, and laboratory analysis. With trained expertise and multidisciplinary work, geneticists are able to rule in or out rare causes of fracture that could, to an untrained eye, mimic abuse and advocate for a child who is a victim suspected abuse in a court of law.