Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, May 23rd, 2008
"There were 3 independent variables: 1) the physician did or did not use a diagnostic aid, 2) the patient's symptoms either were or were not consistent with a diagnosis of probable appendicitis, and 3) the physician's decision to operate or not operate was either concordant or discordant with the severity of the patient's symptoms....
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