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As medical malpractice lawyers we are amazed that the incidence of surgical items mistakenly left inside patients has remained steady over the years. In fact, UpToDate estimates that retained surgical items occur in 1 in every 5500 to 18,760 inpatient...
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The practice of anesthesiology is broad in scope extending from the control of pain and consciousness in the operating room or elsewhere to the control of pain generally in the hospital or even in the outpatient setting. In the operating...
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There are anatomical variations of bile ducts and blood vessels which may excuse the occurrence of a bile duct injury in a given case, but in general, an injury to the bile duct occurring during the course of a laparoscopic...
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