Toxoplasmosis

Toxoplasmosis Toxoplasmosis Definition: Complications caused by ingesting water contaminated with the parasite Toxoplasmosis Gondii.

Toxoplasmosis: Toxoplasmosis gondii is a parasite that infects up to one third of the population worldwide. Ingestion of food or water contaminated with the parasite can lead to toxoplasmosis, and cause eye disease, cervical lymphadenopathy, encephalitis, neurological disorders, psychological disorders, and brain tumors.

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Toxoplasmosis - 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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Is It Medical Malpractice In A Failure To Diagnose Leukemia?
24 aug
Is It Medical Malpractice In A Failure To Diagnose Leukemia?

Leukemia is a disease that affects a person’s bone marrow. The bone marrow of a patient with leukemia produces an abnormally large amount of leukocytes or white blood cells. White bloods cells are a body’s defense against disease and infection. Patients who suffer from leukemia have a difficult time fighting off diseases and infection. This

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Toxoplasmosis - News Articles

11 jan
Appellate Court Rules in Favor of Illinois Family; Upholds $7.8 Medical Malpractice Verdict

Kathy Arient, then 58, sought out medical attention in October 2012, complaining of severe stomach pains. She was referred to Dr. Yasser Alhaj-Hussein, who worked at the Orland Park Surgical Center in Illinois. According to a medical malpractice lawsuit, filed on behalf of Arient’s family, during a celiac plexus block procedure, intended to help manage

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South Carolina Jury Finds Columbia Urological Associates Negligent; Awards Family $10,000,000
16 nov
South Carolina Jury Finds Columbia Urological Associates Negligent; Awards Family $10,000,000

In August 2010, Joann Shull Bannister and her husband were told by Dr. Philip Kinder that his team at Columbia Urological Associates were planning on surgically removing a lesion from her left kidney. The Bannisters were relieved when it was determined shortly thereafter that the surgery was unnecessary. According to a medical malpractice lawsuit, filed

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