In a case with multiple defendants, coordinating defenses should be the primary objective for trial.
Did this community physician act accordingly after the patient was diagnosed with MAP?
This month's web-exclusive Legally Speaking article examines a case where conflicting expert testimony and a sympathetic mother made for a difficult decision.
Ranging from cases on ultrasound missteps to disease misdiagnosis, these were our most-read articles on malpractice from 2018.
Inability to recognize that a patient requires care from a specialist may lead to allegations of negligence.
Ongoing postoperative complaints and disturbing scan results - was this a case of a rare random complication or an intraoperative injury?
Multiple gynecologic surgeries led to legal action with a surprising outcome.
When a plaintiff brings forth a specious claim, constant pressure from the defense is key.
Four cases illustrate common errors that can lead to litigation when performing obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound.
In this case, the question of fetal well-being as demonstrated on the FHR tracing is significant.