Unhealed Wounds: Medical Malpractice in the Twentieth Century
LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC, 2003 - 257 sider
Argues that the significant changes in malpractice are not the result of a standardization of care, but the result of a host of other factors - insurer demands, court sensibilities, and medical society politics. [Preface}
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