Fibroadenoma

Fibroadenoma Fibroadenoma Definition: A benign tumor made up of glandular breast tissue that presents as a lump directly underneath the skin.

Fibroadenoma: A common breast condition in women under age 30, fibroadenoma is a benign tumor made up of glandular breast tissue that presents as a lump directly underneath the skin.

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Is A Cervical Polyps Misdiagnosis Considered Medical Malpractice?
25 aug
Is A Cervical Polyps Misdiagnosis Considered Medical Malpractice?

Tumors of the uterine cervix are known as cervical polyps, sometimes these polyps can be growths as opposed to cancerous tumors. The cervix is an important organ as it is what connects the uterus to the vagina. Polyps in the cervix are most often benign; however, there are instances in which these growths are a

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What Is The Life Expectancy For Someone With Mild Cerebral Palsy?
13 dec
What Is The Life Expectancy For Someone With Mild Cerebral Palsy?

Life expectancy is not applicable to any individual, as it is a generalization about a large group of people, not any particular individual. People in the highest-functioning subgroup of cerebral palsy patients must be able to: Walk well without assistance for at least 20 feet Maintain balance well without assistance Use eating utensils consistently to

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Fibroadenoma - News Articles

22 oct
The Law of Medical Malpractice in Maine: A Survey of Basic Considerations

The Law of Medical Malpractice in Maine:  A Survey of Basic Considerations Maine medical malpractice law is among the most complex legal practice areas.  The statutes, case law, and regulations governing medical malpractice law in Maine are highly technical.  For instance, there are very strict and complicated filing deadlines that must be followed, or the injured

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Four Juries Side with Plaintiffs
27 sep
Four Juries Side with Plaintiffs

Four recent medical malpractice lawsuits – whose original incidents date back as far as six years – have been decided in favor of the plaintiffs. Loss of Husband to Bad Diagnosis An Alabama woman who lost her husband in 2008 was awarded $4 million by a jury in Walker County. Donna Hallmark claimed in her

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