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   2017| May  | Volume 10 | Issue 5  
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Using patient's photos/interviews/testimonials for marketing/advertisement/publicity - Express written permission mandatory

May 2017, 10(5):73-73
  194 7 -
The patient "accepted surgery" cannot be a substitute for taking a "informed consent"

May 2017, 10(5):74-75
  42 6 -
What is the basic infrastructure required for a medical facility? - Desperate need for appropriate guidelines

May 2017, 10(5):76-77
  36 5 -
Is it imperative to record traits that are relevant for taking medical decisions, such as alcoholic or smoker?

May 2017, 10(5):78-78
  28 6 -
8 different doctors, 8 USG reports, 3 court appointed medical experts differ on whether uterus was removed or not - Limitation of modern medicine aptly illustrated

May 2017, 10(5):81-82
  29 4 -
Extra vigilance advisable when the patient is a doctor/doctor's relative

May 2017, 10(5):83-84
  25 6 -
Out-of-court settlement with heirs/legal representatives of a deceased patient - Even one unsatisfied heir/legal representative can file complaint

May 2017, 10(5):79-80
  26 4 -
Cosmetic/non-therapeutic treatment increasingly resulting in legal problems - Is Indian healthcare moving the US way?

May 2017, 10(5):85-86
  16 7 -