A surgical oversight

June 1998
Cortlandt Forum;06/25/98, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p166
Focuses on a lawsuit filed against an emergency room physician in the United States. Information on the patient who filed the lawsuit; Medical negligence of the doctor.


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