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Signs and Symptoms Indicating You Have an Epidural Abscess

By lladmin on October 25, 2023

An epidural abscess is an infection inside your skull or near your spine. It is often misdiagnosed when doctors mistake the symptoms for another type of ailment or fail to consider the patient’s medical history. A misdiagnosed epidural abscess can lead to a treatment delay that may cause catastrophic injuries, including permanent brain damage, paralysis, or even death. Read the rest »

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Malpractice Concerning Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy

By lladmin on September 15, 2023

There is nothing more precious than your child. Parents everywhere anticipate the arrival of a new baby with hopes for a long and healthy life. Birth injuries caused by medical malpractice have a devastating impact on children, often leading to severe injuries that require extensive medical treatment and lifelong personal care.

Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) is a serious birth injury that may be caused by inadequate medical supervision and poor decisions made by delivery room doctors. If your child is suffering from hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, you have the right to seek damages to help provide the resources your family needs to receive the necessary medical care. Read the rest »

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Cerebral Palsy and Its Causes, Signs, and Prevention

By lladmin on August 30, 2023

There is nothing more important than your child’s health. If you think your child has cerebral palsy, it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis as soon as possible. That way, your child can receive the best possible care.

There is no cure for cerebral palsy, but there are a number of medical treatments to alleviate your child’s suffering. There are also interventions that will make it easier for your child to live an active and fulfilling life. Read the rest »

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Obvious Signs of Birth Injuries to Look Out For

By lladmin on July 25, 2023

A birth injury is a physical injury a child suffers before, during, or shortly after childbirth. Birth injuries are caused by improper birthing techniques, lack of oversight, and poor decision-making by an OB/GYN, midwife, administrator, hospital staff, or someone on the delivery team. Read the rest »

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Epidural Hematomas: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment

By lladmin on May 15, 2023

An epidural hematoma is bleeding that occurs between the skull and the membrane surrounding the brain. It may be caused by physical trauma such as a blow to the head, or by a surgical error committed during brain surgery. Read the rest »

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How Medical Malpractice Causes Brain Injuries

By lladmin on April 15, 2023

The human brain is a remarkable organ that generates thought and regulates internal body functions. When the brain is harmed by external trauma or internal factors such as disease or lack of oxygen, the effects can be devastating. Read the rest »

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Is Kernicterus a Sign of Birth Injuries?

By lladmin on March 20, 2023

Kernicterus is a birth injury that results when a child doesn’t get the correct treatment for severe jaundice. It’s crucial for newborns to receive proper monitoring so this condition can be prevented.

There are effective treatments for kernicterus when it’s discovered in time. Sadly, babies that suffer from untreated kernicterus will require lifelong medical treatment and assisted living. Read the rest »

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Signs of Developmental Delays Caused by Birth Malpractice

By lladmin on February 15, 2023

Early childhood is an exciting time as you watch your child learn, grow, and make new discoveries about the world. Waving, smiling, reaching for objects, sitting up, and forming words are heartwarming signs of normal development.

When a child’s development is delayed, it may be cause for concern. You will want to speak with your child’s pediatrician right away if you have any questions about your child’s behavior. Read the rest »

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Is Cancer Misdiagnosis Medical Malpractice?

By lladmin on January 13, 2023

Cancer is a devastating disease that takes the lives of over 600,000 Americans every year. But there are many effective treatments for cancer, and two out of three patients who are diagnosed with cancer survive.

Early detection is crucial for effective cancer treatment. When cancer is discovered in time, doctors have more treatment options and the prognosis for survival is much greater. Read the rest »

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Causes and Effects of Infant Cortical Blindness or Impaired Vison

By lladmin on December 20, 2022

There’s nothing more important than your child’s health. That’s why parents do everything they can to get their children the best possible medical care.

If your child has any type of vision issues, it’s important to get the correct diagnosis as soon as possible. Early intervention and treatment will help improve your child’s prognosis and enhance their quality of life. Read the rest »

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