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#1
________ VERDICT MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – PODIATRIST NEGLIGENCE – ________ DOCTOR FAILS TO RECOGNIZE AND TREAT REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY, CAUSING A DELAY IN DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF RSD – LEFT FOURTH TOE AMPUTATION.
Allegheny County, PA (195980)
#2
________ VERDICT – Medical Malpractice – Podiatry – Negligent administration of frequent steroidal injections – Scarring – Inability to walk or stand for periods of time – Need for subsequent surgery
Fairfield County, CT (195293)
#3
$________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Podiatric negligence – Unnecessary bunionectomy and hammertoe surgery on four toes of same foot to 16-year-old ________ – Continuing pain suffered by ________, who is now a public school teacher in her early 20s
Rockland County, NY (194890)
#4
$________ VERDICT – PODIATRIC MALPRACTICE – FAILURE OF ________ TO AVOID HALLUS LONGUS TENDON DURING ARTHROSCOPIC ANKLE LIGAMENT REPAIR SURGERY – FAILURE TO CONSULT MRI TO NOTE AREA IN WHICH TENDON WAS SITUATED – LACERATION OF TENDON
Bronx County, NY (194650)
#5
$________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Podiatry– ________ doctor wrongfully diagnoses and treat ________ for gout, when ________ was suffering from an infection – Failure to provide care in accordance with medical standards – Below the knee amputation
Philadelphia County, PA (194244)
#6
$________ RECOVERY – Wrongful Death – Medical Malpractice – Podiatric Malpractice – Alleged failure of ________ podiatrist to treat a diabetic foot ulceration resulting in new foot ulceration – Failure to detect and treat the new ulceration – Negligence causes Osteomyelitis – Transmetatarsal amputation – Death of 65-year-old man upon infarct – Decedent survived by spouse – Decedent survived by adult children.
Bergen County, NJ (193079)
#7
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Podiatry – ________ alleges podiatrist performs unnecessary surgery – Foot injuries; medical expenses.
236th (193186)
#8
$________ VERDICT MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – ________ PODIATRIST TREATS ________ FOR DIABETIC ULCER WHEN ________ WAS SUFFERING FROM SQUAMOUS CELL CANCER – FAILIURE TO DIAGNOSE AND TREAT SKIN CANCER ON FOOT – PARTIAL AMPUTATION OF LEFT FOOT.
Philadelphia County, PA (192946)
#9
$________ VERDICT Podiatric malpractice – Failure to employ conservative methods when 16-year-old presents with moderate bunion – ________ performs surgery to remove bunions, mild hammertoe and mild "tailors" bunion on side of foot near little toe – Regrowth of bone, but not cartilage results in bone on bone abrasion and onset of severe pain.
Rockland County, NY (192903)
#10
________ VERDICT Podiatric Malpractice – Removal of two adjacent neuromas in same foot surgery is allegedly negligent – ________ contends surgery results in neurological injury.
Kings County, NY (192675)
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