Legal Issues in Medicine

May 2013
Renal & Urology News;May2013, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p33
The article discusses the court case of a young man named Mr. K who wants to file a lawsuit against the clinicians who treated him in a local emergency department (ED). It states that Mr. K was 15 when he came to the ED where he complained of blood in urine. It cites that after two years, he was told that his kidney is no longer functioning due to a late-sage igA nephropathy. It also mentions that the case was dismissed after the lawyer filed a motion to dismiss the case.


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