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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What Is NICA, The Florida Birth Injury Program?
18 aug
What Is NICA, The Florida Birth Injury Program?

What is NICA, The Florida Birth Injury Program? Florida is one of two states that have created a special program for children that were injured during child birth. The Florida Birth Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act (NICA) allows families to receive compensation for injuries that occurred to the child during labor, birth, or the immediate

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What Are The Three Categories Of Locked-In Syndrome?
21 feb
What Are The Three Categories Of Locked-In Syndrome?

The three categories of locked-in syndrome are complete, classic, and incomplete. The severity of the condition and the level of movement restriction determine the category of locked-in syndrome, with complete form being the most severe, incomplete form the least, and classic form in the middle. No matter which category of locked-in syndrome a person has,

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Fibroadenoma - News Articles

Louisiana Appellate Court Upholds Verdict & Increases Award by $1,186,000
14 jul
Louisiana Appellate Court Upholds Verdict & Increases Award by $1,186,000

Louisiana Appellate Court Upholds Verdict & Increases Award by $1,186,000 After seeing a gastroenterologist in August 2013 about a pain in his upper right abdomen, Roger Burchfield was referred to the Willis-Knighton Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. Forrest Wright, a surgeon at the medical center, determined that Burchfield, then 58, required immediate gallbladder surgery. Before

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Pennsylvania Boy Awarded $1.1 Million In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
01 oct
Pennsylvania Boy Awarded $1.1 Million In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

A 5-year old Pennsylvania boy was recently awarded $1.1 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit over a surgical procedure that left him with a brain injury. At only 11-months old, Keonte Graham suffered from sleep apnea so badly that his parents took him to Dr. Andrew Shapiro in 2007 for consultation and to find a

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