Too Young for a TIA?

September 2010
Clinician Reviews;Sep2010, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p6
Academic Journal
This article presents information on a medical malpractice case involving a 41-year-old Wisconsin man who claimed negligence on a radiologist's part for failure to confirm that a report of acute brain-stem stroke had been received and acted upon.


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