Malpractice Issues in Radiology, Third Edition

Leonard Berlin

This book is a compilation of Dr. Leonard Berlin's articles that have appeared in the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), and in many instances includes 2008 updates. The book includes cases and commentary on malpractice litigation in radiology; failure to diagnose; appropriate communication; radiation exposure and radiation-induced injuries; informed consent; new technologies, including CT screening; medical-legal controversies surrounding mammography; and the problems with expert witnesses. In addition, the book contains a subject index in order to provide an easily accessible and valuable resource for physicians, risk managers, and attorneys. This publication is a hard bound book with 800 pages and 123 chapters.

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Date of issuance: January 1, 2009
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