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March 2012
Volume 5 | Issue 3  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 31-44

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Withholding preliminary investigation reports that require confirmation - Upheld by court but needs cautious approach p. 31
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Courts expectation from a doctor in the witness box - Short, simple, and specific answers p. 32
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Medical interns - Equally liable in cases of medical negligence p. 34
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Leniency of law during emergencies p. 36
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Failure to produce medical records before medical expert/board appointed by court p. 38
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Court holds suppressing of history by the patient as 'contributory negligence'- Deducts 50% from compensation p. 40
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Legal response to 'rare but known' complications p. 42
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Incorrect pathology report - Held as res ipsa loquitor (patently wrong) p. 44
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