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Diabetes Mellitus and its Importance in Medicolegal Practice

June 17th, 2024|Categories: Clinical Negligence, Diabetes|Tags: , , |

Diabetes Mellitus and its Importance in Medicolegal Practice By Dr. Paul E Jennings, Consultant Physician in Diabetes & Endocrinology As a Physician and Endocrinologist with 20 years experience providing medical reports on clinical negligence matters, I've observed an increasing number of claims concerning the management of diabetes. These claims often fall into several key categories: Delayed Diagnosis: Failure to diagnose diabetes early can lead to severe

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