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August 2014
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Page Nos. 107-124

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HTML if freeFailure to pursue inconclusive investigations - Negligence p. 107
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"Holding out" of the doctor/hospital as expert and the "legitimate expectations" of patient p. 110
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One OT, one watch - Advisable p. 113
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"Acceptable medical practice" and the professional judgment of the doctor p. 115
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"The best method of treatment" could change with hospitals/doctors p. 118
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Writing in vernacular language in the consent form - Advisable p. 120
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New colors of medical negligence! p. 122
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Patient acts against medical advice - Court outrightly rejects the complaint p. 124
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