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Tag Archives: retinitis pigmentosa
While working on the Medical Law Perspectives, January 2017 Report: Under Pressure: Liability Risks in Diagnosing and Treating Glaucoma, I noticed a trend among the medical malpractice cases related to glaucoma: the failure to diagnose glaucoma prior to performing LASIK … Continue reading