With almost any disease or condition, there are risks for serious complications that, if not properly diagnosed or treated, can cause further harm to a patient. If these complications are not diagnosed, they may result in devastating injuries and/or fatalities. A serious form of medical malpractice occurs if complications are not diagnosed.
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A number of complications, associated with various conditions, may be misdiagnosed or completely overlooked. Some examples of complications not diagnosed or misdiagnosed may include: complications of pregnancy such as infections, complications of heart attacks such as a ruptured heart muscle, complications of strokes, complications of cancer, and more . If complications are not properly diagnosed or treated, they may lead to new or aggravated injuries or even death.
It is the duty of a medical professional to provide the highest standard of care when diagnosing or treating a condition. This means adequately monitoring the condition and providing a correct diagnosis and treatment for possible complications that may occur. It is important for a doctor to take the time to record and respond to patient's reports of new or aggravated symptoms and to conduct sufficient follow-up to avoid overlooking potentially serious complications.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious harm as a result of complications not diagnosed, you may be eligible to file a medical malpractice lawsuit to seek compensation for your pain and suffering, medical bills, and more. For more information about complications not diagnosed or to speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney who is dedicated to protecting your legal rights and interests, please click here .
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