Mononucleosis

Mononucleosis What is Mono?

Mononucleosis: Mononucleosis is colloquially known as Mono. This viral infection can cause symptoms throughout the body including drowsiness, aching muscles, an irritated throat and overall feelings of fatigue.

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Mononucleosis - Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Limits on Damage Awards for Medical Malpractice?
19 apr
Are There Limits on Damage Awards for Medical Malpractice?

In some states, there are limits on damage awards for medical malpractice. The amount of compensation you can recover as a victim varies based on where you live. How Many States Have Caps on Medical Malpractice Damages? More than half of states limit the amount of money you can receive if you have experienced medical

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Can Someone With Locked-In Syndrome Communicate?
21 feb
Can Someone With Locked-In Syndrome Communicate?

A person with locked-in syndrome can communicate, but it is exceedingly difficult, as they cannot talk or move any part of their body other than their eyes. To convey their thoughts or ideas, they must rely on eye movement patterns, and others must learn to read these patterns and understand them. This process can be

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Mononucleosis - News Articles

Malpractice Lawsuit Claims Idaho Doctors Accidentally Removed Patient’s Kidney
15 may
Malpractice Lawsuit Claims Idaho Doctors Accidentally Removed Patient’s Kidney

Last year when Roland N. Smith, 83-years-old, learned that he had a cancerous tumor growing on his right kidney he was relieved to learn that it could be safely removed. By the time Smith arrived at the Idaho Falls hospital for surgery the tumor had grown to the size of a grapefruit. Despite the growth

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Delaware Jury Finds Obstetrician Negligent & Awards Family $3 Million
25 oct
Delaware Jury Finds Obstetrician Negligent & Awards Family $3 Million

On April 9, 2008 Monica Broughton consented to her doctor’s recommendation that they induce labor. Broughton had just learned that she had developed diabetes during her pregnancy.  She had also recently been told that her unborn son’s shoulder was stuck behind her pelvis. She never considered an alternative, especially because, according to the lawsuit, Wong

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