Osteomyelitis

Osteomyelitis Osteomyelitis Definition: An infection of the bone or bone marrow and is usually caused by bacteria.

Osteomyelitis: An infection of the bone or bone marrow and is usually caused by bacteria. Patients typically suffer from deep pain and muscle spasms in the area of inflammation, and proper diagnosis is crucial for a patient to recover.

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Osteomyelitis - Frequently Asked Questions

Can You Receive Compensation For A Birth Injury That Affects The Mother?
31 jan
Can You Receive Compensation For A Birth Injury That Affects The Mother?

You can receive compensation for a birth injury that affects the mother. When a doctor’s negligence, wrongful action, or lack of action during childbirth results in injuries to the child and/or mother, it is medical malpractice. As the injured party, and as the parent of the other injured party, you have the right to pursue

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Can A Medical Mistake Lead To A Brain Stem Stroke?
21 feb
Can A Medical Mistake Lead To A Brain Stem Stroke?

While a medical error can cause a brain stem stroke, most result from clots or hemorrhages. However, even if a brain stem stroke happens because of an unavoidable medical issue, a treating physician still has a duty of care to make a prompt and accurate diagnosis and to respond with the proper treatment. A doctor

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Osteomyelitis - 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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20 mar
New York Doctor Settles Medical Malpractice Lawsuit with 250+ Patients for $45 Million

Bernard Puiatti, Pam Bisaccia, Constance Nenni, and more than 250 other former patients of Dr. Spyros Panos, settled their vast medical malpractice lawsuit against him for $45 million. Spyros was released from prison one year ago this month, after serving less than three years of a four-and-a-half-year sentence for health care fraud. The U.S. government

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