Print Issue: September 01, 2004
What was thought to be a detached retina turns out to be an ocular infection that leaves the patient severely impaired.
What if the person doesn’t show up for a prothrombin time and then suffers a crippling outcome? Who is responsible?
A lawsuit involving the death of a diabetic patient tests the relationship between a clinician and his physician boss.
The use of these antidepressants in children has exploded in the past decade. So has the controversy about increased suicide rates in patients taking them.
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