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Steele v. Kitchener Case File

Steele v. Kitchener Case File

This case involves the alleged negligent misreading of a biopsy tissue sample by the defendant, Susan Kitchener, M.D. After examining the tissue sample from the plaintiff, Dr. Steele, the defendant concluded that the lesion was benign. Seven months later, Steele's lesion had grown and the analysis of the biopsy at that time concluded that the lesion had actually been malignant melanoma. Two years later, Steele developed brain lesions and died. The patient's widow, Linda Steele, seeks to recover damages for wrongful death from Kitchener and her employer, Pathology Labs. There are two witnesses for both the plaintiff and the defendant.

Includes CD-ROM with exhibits.

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ISBN: 9781556818967

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