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Medical Malpractice – Treating Physician – Fact v. Opinion (access required)

At trial of plaintiff’s med-mal suit against an orthopedic surgeon who surgically repaired plaintiff’s broken hip by installing a reconstruction plate secured by screws, the trial court did not err in admitting testimony of two radiologists who treated plaintiff on factual matters and the medical opinion of one of those radiologists, and the Supreme Court ...

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