This case involved a middle-aged male patient with bilateral inguinal hernias. The right side had both direct and indirect hernia, so the defendant repaired it with pre-cut mesh. The left side had smaller direct and indirect hernias, as well as an incarceration of a loop of the sigmoid. The defendant…
This case involved a previously healthy 67-year-old male patient who presented with nearly fatal urosepsis from kidney stones. During this acute illness, he developed multisystem organ failure that required aggressive treatment. He survived the event but sustained serious microvascular injury to his fingers and toes although his large vessels and…
This case involved a middle-aged male patient diagnosed with carcinoma in situ of the bladder. At the time of diagnosis, doctors found no signs of metastasis. Further complicating the patient’s course was a long-standing history of severe kidney disease preventing use of any contrast for radiology studies. The patient underwent…
This case involved a 51 year-old man with a history of multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, hypertension, and hypercalcemia who awoke around 2:30 am unable to speak or hold himself up on his right side. His wife reported he had gone to bed at 11 pm the previous night after having a…


Contact Us

Once you press "Submit", it may take a few seconds to send. Once complete, "Thank you" will appear.
Your message has been successfully sent.
Oops! Something went wrong.