When and How Errors Occur in Neuroradiology

Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of radiology that uses imaging techniques, such as x-rays and computed tomography scans, to diagnose conditions affecting the nervous system, spine, head and neck. As far back as the 1950s, there…
Categories : Articles, Neuroradiology
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Dealing with scarring as part of plastic surgery medicolegal claims

Scarring is an entirely normal physiological process evolved over billions of years to heal wounds, and an inevitable consequence of injuries whether they be deliberate and necessary (following an operation) or unintended (following an accident).…
Categories : Articles, Plastic Surgery, Thought Leadership
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The Medicolegal Challenges of Myocardial Infarction

A myocardial infarction (MI), also known as a heart attack, occurs when the blood supply to part of the heart is reduced or stops completely. This causes damage to the myocardium, or heart muscle, and…
Categories : Articles, Cardiology
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Defending a medical negligence claim - complimentary webinar - 12 November at 2.30pm

Dr Chris Jenner, Consultant in Pain Medicine and expert witness provides defence and claimant medicolegal reports – in this complimentary interactive webinar he will discuss the key elements of a good defence report.  Dr Jenner…
Categories : Events, News, Pain, Updates
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The Prevention and Management of Oral Complications of Cancer Treatment 

Unfortunately, oral complications are a common side-effect of cancer treatment. Virtually all patients receiving radiation therapy for head and neck cancers will encounter such issues, while the prevalence in patients undergoing chemotherapy for lesions at…
Categories : Articles, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Thought Leadership
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Autumn pain clinics - Bristol added to list of locations

Our popular pain clinics will be back in Leeds and Birmingham in October this year, and we have also added Bristol to list so that claimants based in the South West have the opportunity to…
Categories : Clinics, News, Pain, Updates
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Detailed Evidence Gathering for the Solicitor and the Expert in Medicolegal Reports

In the majority of medicolegal cases, the outcome is dependent on the opinions expressed in experts’ reports. Therefore, these must be based on high quality evidence, particularly in cases where the questions surrounding breach of…
Categories : Articles, Intensive care, Medicolegal reports, Neuroradiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Pain, Plastic Surgery, Spinal surgery, Trauma and orthopaedics
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Open Fractures

Open fractures account for around 3% of all broken bones and are classified as such when there is direct communication between the injury site and the external environment, usually because of an overlying laceration. Open…
Categories : Articles, Trauma and orthopaedics
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Complimentary medicolegal webinar about complex trauma and pain

Medicolegal Partners’ popular, informative webinar series returns in September.  Join Dr Chris Jenner, Consultant in Pain Medicine, and Mr Aswinkumar Vasireddy, Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon, for a free interactive webinar on 10 September at 2.30pm…
Categories : Events, News, Pain, Trauma and orthopaedics, Updates
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What is plastic surgery?

What is plastic surgery? The word “plastic” in plastic surgery has, of course, nothing to do with “plastic” the material. In fact it actually predates its use for the material by a good couple of…
Categories : Articles, Plastic Surgery
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