Anasarca

Anasarca Anasarca Definition: A condition where the skin becomes swollen due to excess fluid in the skin’s tissues.

Anasarca: A condition where the skin becomes swollen due to excess fluid in the skin’s tissues. There are several causes of anasarca, but it is most commonly a result of kidney disease, liver failure, congestive heart failure, malnutrition, or hookworm infestation.

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Anasarca - Frequently Asked Questions

23 aug
Can You File A Malpractice Lawsuit For Induced Addiction?

When a doctor chooses to administer a potentially addictive treatment to a patient, he or she has a responsibility to make the patient aware of the possibility, as well as monitor the patient for signs of addiction. Should he or she notice signs of drug abuse, they have an obligation to immediately discontinue the prescription

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How Would a Doctor Testify Against Another Doctor in a Malpractice Lawsuit?
19 apr
How Would a Doctor Testify Against Another Doctor in a Malpractice Lawsuit?

Many states require that you hire a doctor to testify on your behalf in a medical malpractice case. This is an essential part of proving that you were the victim of medical negligence. Ensuring you have the right doctor testify in a malpractice lawsuit is often key to winning your case. Why Would a Doctor Testify

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Anasarca - News Articles

15 dec
Brooklyn Jury Finds Maimonides Medical Center Liable for Wrongful Death of Infant

Toward the end of 2009, after having trouble conceiving, Danielle Madden Buck and her husband decided to try in-vitro fertilization. The procedure worked and Buck became pregnant with triplets. Her doctors, however, advised her that carrying triplets was dangerous and that twins would be more likely to survive than three infants. Buck took the recommendation

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Massachusetts Jury Finds Doctor Breached Standard of Care Leading to Woman’s Death; Family Awarded $4,000,000
27 oct
Massachusetts Jury Finds Doctor Breached Standard of Care Leading to Woman’s Death; Family Awarded $4,000,000

At the end of 2007, Marie Gabriel-Gelin found out that she was pregnant with her fourth child. Gabriel-Gelin, 36 at the time, and her doctors at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, MA decided that a cesarean section was the best option for a safe delivery. However, during her pregnancy she became anemic, making a cesarean

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