2. Hymenal notch or cleft that extends greater than 50% of the inferior hymenal rim (confirmed in knee-chest position)
3. Condyloma acuminata in a child over 3 years
4. Bruising, abrasions, lacerations, or bite marks of labia or perihymenal tissue
5. Herpes of the anogenital area beyond the neonatal period
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