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April 2009
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HTML if freeClaiming to be a 'specialist' Highly accessed article p. 39
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Stating the chances of success of a treatment/procedure in percentage p. 41
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Diagrammatical representations/drawings of physical abnormalities p. 43
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Consent in new techniques/drugs/protocols p. 45
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Prescribing/administering/copying/writing medicines outside skills, qualifications, and expertise p. 47
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Differing medical opinions - Alternative procedures p. 49
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Liability in case of failure to spot an abnormality in the fetus p. 51
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Not attending patients during nights - A common complaint p. 53
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