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Survey of medical malpractice cases and settlements with pathology or laboratory standard of care issues.

Medicolegal liability is an issue of concern for all physicians, including pathologists. Identification of the key clinical issues that tend to lead to medical malpractice litigation, as well as the settlement values for such claims, can be useful for prospective risk management. This review analyzes medical malpractice claims filed in state and federal courts as published in legal databases. Additionally, this review also analyzes the reported settlement values for such claims.

Breast cancer medical malpractice litigation in New York: The past 10 years.

Medical error is a leading cause of preventable death in the U.S., with diagnostic errors comprising the majority of errors. Delay in diagnosing breast cancer is a unique multidisciplinary phenomenon involving primary care physicians, gynecologists, radiologists, pathologists, and general surgeons. The New York medical malpractice court system remains among the most active court systems in the country. The purpose of this study is to analyze the characteristics of medical malpractice litigation involving br...

An analysis of state and federal psoriasis malpractice litigation in the United States from 1954-2018.

It is estimated that 75% of dermatologists will face malpractice litigation by age 65. Furthermore, 28.7% of medical malpractice cases against dermatologists between 2006 and 2015 were decided in favor of plaintiffs with an average indemnity payment of $238,135 United States dollars (USD). Although psoriasis affects more than 7 million adults in the United States and impacts quality of life, limited information exists regarding psoriasis malpractice litigation. As such, the goal of this study was to charact...

Pathology awareness in patients and patient's relatives applying to a pathology laboratory.

To investigate pathology awareness in patients applying to a pathology laboratory. Method: This cross-sectional study included 150 patients and patients' relatives. A questionnaire, prepared by the researchers according to the literature, was administered at the Pathology Laboratory, Necmettin Erbakan University, Konya, Turkey on May 2018.

Medical Malpractice Involving Pulmonary/Critical Care Physicians.

Medical malpractice data can be leveraged to understand specialty-specific risk.

Cross-Country Comparative Analysis of Legislation and Court Rulings in Wrongful Birth Actions.

Negligent conduct by health care providers can result in medical malpractice injury sustained by parents denied their right to decide whether and when to have children. In this review of the international medicolegal literature, the authors present a comparative analysis of the law of medical negligence in this context and a discussion of the grounds for compensable injury resulting from medical error. The discussion is focused on the legal provisions for compensable injury awarded to the plaintiff (expecta...

Characteristics of State and Federal Malpractice Litigation of Medical Liability Claims for Keratinocyte Carcinoma, 1968 to 2018.

The prevalence of keratinocyte carcinoma (KC) exceeds that of all other malignant neoplasms combined. Despite the steady rise of payments for medical malpractice liability claims over time, data regarding the characteristics of malpractice litigation for KC are scarce.

Reported Cases of Medical Malpractice in Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine.

How Often Do Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons Lose Malpractice Cases and Why?

Although oral maxillofacial surgeons (OMSs) carry high legal risk in malpractice lawsuits, data elucidating the reason behind those claims and their outcomes are scarce. The purpose of the present study was to characterize the trends, analyze the payouts, and determine the etiology of malpractice cases against OMSs.

Hiding in the Hedges: Tips to Minimize Your Malpractice Risks as a Radiologist.

Although few radiologists dwell on the notion of malpractice risk during their daily practice, the risk of malpractice within the specialty is real. This article provides an overview of the elements of a malpractice claim, discusses key ingredients for avoiding malpractice liability, touches on several topics interconnected with mitigating malpractice risks (hedging, apologies, and pace), and provides a series of tips a radiologist might consider in practice to decrease liability risk.

Pathology Partnership in Medical Student-Run Free Clinics Promotes Patient Care and Laboratory Management Training.

Will I Need to Move to Get My First Job?: Geographic Relocation and Other Trends in the Pathology Job Market.

There is an ongoing perception that the pathology job market is poor, which may be discouraging medical students from pursuing the specialty. Academic pathologists believe that jobs are available but relocation may be necessary.

Arthroscopic Evaluation of the Subtalar Joint: a Review and Survey of Pathology.

A survey of pathology present in the subtalar joint by means of subtalar arthroscopy with anterolateral and middle portals has not been extensively explored in current literature. The focus of our study was to identify pathology in the subtalar joint at the time of subtalar joint arthroscopy using this approach. We also compare our arthroscopic findings to those reported in the literature.

The medical social portrait of consumer of laboratory services of medical organizations.

The article presents information about various medical and social characteristics of the population of the Samara region cities. The survey of respondents was held by the network commercial laboratory, which treatment rooms were opened simultaneously in several cities of the region. The conducted study allowed to compile a medico-social portrait of the customer of laboratory services of medical organizations. It was discovered that laboratory services of commercial laboratories are most commonly used by wom...

Causes of death shortly after delivery and medical malpractice claims in congenital high airway obstruction syndrome: Review of the literature.

Congenital High Airway Obstruction Syndrome is a rare pathology that may conduct the baby to death shortly after delivery. This outcome may cause emotional distress in the parents but it may also generate expensive medical malpractice claims about the reasons why the syndrome was not identified and/or correctly treated. The authors conducted a review of the cases in which Congenital High Airway Obstruction Syndrome caused death of the baby shortly after delivery. Then, they pointed out these ultrasonographi...

'Googling' anaphylaxis.

Anaphylaxis is a systemic allergic reaction and without the appropriate treatment can progress fast and may be fatal. Information about allergy and immunology topics including anaphylaxis can be easily found online and are widely searched by patients as well as medical personnel. Social media and search engines not only bring a number of benefits to users but also carry risks for breaches of confidentiality and privacy, unprofessional behaviour, malpractice and litigation. Social media use by medical health...

Bibliometric Analysis of Medical Malpractice Literature in Legal Medicine from 1975 to 2018: Web of Science Review.

To determine the history of malpractice literature using forensic science based on a bibliometric and graph theory.

A Retrospective Analysis of Corrected Laboratory Results in a Large Academic Medical Center.

To evaluate the total number of corrected laboratory results that occurred as a consequence of errors in the preanalytical, analytical, and postanalytical phases of testing and to identify areas for improvement in patient care.

Prevalence and Predictability of Low-Yield Inpatient Laboratory Diagnostic Tests.

Laboratory testing is an important target for high-value care initiatives, constituting the highest volume of medical procedures. Prior studies have found that up to half of all inpatient laboratory tests may be medically unnecessary, but a systematic method to identify these unnecessary tests in individual cases is lacking.

Topics, Skills, and Cases for an Undergraduate Musculoskeletal Curriculum in Southern Africa: A Consensus from Local and International Experts.

Most patients with orthopaedic pathology in low to middle-income countries are treated by nonspecialists. A curriculum to prepare undergraduate medical students for this duty should reflect the local pathology and skills that are required to manage patients in a resource-restricted environment. The aim of this study was to establish and prioritize a list of core orthopaedic-related knowledge topics, clinical cases, and skills that are relevant to medical students in southern Africa and areas with a similar ...

Association between contact sports participation and chronic traumatic encephalopathy: a retrospective cohort study.

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is a debilitating neurodegenerative disorder associated with repetitive traumatic brain injuries often sustained through prior contact sport participation. The frequency of this disorder in a diverse population, including amateur athletes, is unknown. Primary historical obituary and yearbook records were queried for 2,566 autopsy cases in the Mayo Clinic Tissue Registry resulting in identification of 300 former athletes and 450 non-athletes. In these cases, neocortical tissu...

Letter to the Editor. Medical malpractice stress syndrome.

Amyloidosis of the bladder and association with urothelial carcinoma: report of 29 cases.

The association of amyloidosis with certain neoplastic processes is well known. Amyloid uncommonly occurs in relationship with other epithelial neoplasms including urothelial carcinoma. Herein, we report 29 cases of amyloidosis in the bladder, 14 of which were found in relationship to urothelial carcinoma. Design With IRB approval, we searched pathology archives for cases of amyloidosis in the bladder. Clinical, laboratory and surgical pathology records were reviewed, and data recorded for all cases. Diagno...

Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Self-Study for Pathology: One Institution's Experience and Lessons Learned.

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) established a new system for accreditation of residency and fellowship programs in 2013. One key aspect of the Next Accreditation System is the 10-year self-study, which requires programs to conduct a comprehensive self-evaluation, including development of program aims and analysis of strengths, weaknesses, and environmental context, in order to plan improvements and take the program to the next level.

How to Validate Predictive Immunohistochemistry Testing in Pathology?

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