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Tag: Misdiagnosis

08/05/21   |   By

The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to revolutionize the health care industry. AI’s efficiency and accuracy — combined with human creativity and empathy — could usher in a new era of medical […]

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03/16/20   |   By

Getting a Second Opinion From a Doctor: When And How to Do It

Even the most trusted doctors are far from infallible. Errors in diagnosis are shockingly common, even among the industry’s top authorities. As a patient, however, you can reduce your likelihood […]

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09/03/18   |   By

Five Illnesses That Doctors Often Misdiagnose

When a patient receives medical advice and recommendations, he or she can sometimes assume that the doctor is giving a perfect diagnosis every time. However, human error occurs and there […]

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03/30/18   |   By

Can Medical Mistakes Lead to a Delayed Diagnosis of Cancer?

Diagnostic errors are one of the most common types of medical mistakes in the US. Depending on the type of illness that is misdiagnosed, you could die or suffer a […]

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07/31/17   |   By

Is Cancer Misdiagnosis Considered Medical Malpractice?

Depending on the circumstances, the misdiagnosis of a serious illness like cancer can cause serious harm or wrongful death, if the illness progresses beyond effective treatment. Often, failure to diagnose […]

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