Improper performance of cataract surgery; Guidelines for the release of medical records
A 72-year-old woman with a history of diabetes went to the emergency department due to pain in her left eye...
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A 72-year-old woman with a history of diabetes went to the emergency department due to pain in her left eye. The ED physician suspected orbital cellulitis, but CBC and CT scans were normal.
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Negligence in placing incorrect lens; TMLT adds employment practices liability coverage to all policies
In February 2012, a 77-year-old woman came to a new ophthalmology group and was seen by Ophthalmologist A.
A 72-year-old man was evaluated by Ophthalmologist A on several occasions. The patient had cataracts, with best corrected visual acuity of 20/25 in the right eye and 20/40 in the left eye.
A 59-year-old man came to his ophthalmologist complaining of ongoing visual problems. He had a long, complicated history that included uveitis, inflammation, and glaucoma.
A 63-year-old man came to Ophthalmologist A complaining of visual changes to both eyes. He had a history of bilateral cataracts.
A 41-year-old woman was referred to an orthopedic surgeon. She had a history of progressive lumbar scoliosis secondary to spasticity from congenital diastematomyelia.
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Failure to conduct an appropriate preoperative assessment; Gadolinium, renal failure, and NSF: a potentially dangerous combination
Cataract surgery not indicated; TMLT continues fight to maintain medical liability reform
Failure to diagnose and refer; TMB enforces new rules for medical record documentation
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