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JuneyBooney
12-03-2012, 23:36
Why not 100 billion dollars?

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I think that maybe "cojone removal" would straighten doctors out. :rofl:

jbotstein1
12-05-2012, 06:18
You are wrong about bad outcomes. If a doctor makes that cut too deep and your eye bulges he/she does owe you money. Read about cops who have killed themselves. Lawyers have killed themselves too from ectasia and I can tell you that I could not read the teleprompter anymore so I pray that specialists can help me but my income went down to almost nothing because of the ectasia. We all think it is great until it happens to us. What I am saying is that you should be able to sue for regular gross negligence for the other actions by a doctor not directly related to the surgical incident. But we need to lower the costs somehow and make it fair and equitable to the injured parties.

If this were to happen, there wouldn't be any more doctors for you to see...

TX OMFS
02-14-2013, 22:43
For the record, it is impossible to address all of the possible risks and complications to the procedure.

Sorry I missed this thread. It looks like it was fun.

I tell residents and students there are only 7 complications from surgery, all surgery: Pain, bleeding, swelling, infection, scarring, damage to adjacent structures, and need for more surgery. Admittedly the last two are vague.