Alleged: No treatment for ectopic pregnancy

Bachman, Radha V.
April 2011
Healthcare Risk Management;Apr2011 Supplement, p3
The article discusses a case of medical malpractice by a woman with an ectopic pregnancy, who alleged that negligence on the part of the hospital and supervising attending physician led to the rupturing of her fallopian tube, requiring surgery to remove the reproductive organs.


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