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A radiologist faces malpractice suit after allegedly misreading mammograms and x-rays

The former chairman of a radiology department is facing a malpractice lawsuit after he allegedly misread mammograms and x-rays.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Fox 7 News

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About: A radiologist faces malpractice suit after allegedly misreading mammograms and x-rays

Date: 14 November 2004

Source: Fox 7 News

URL: http://www.wtvw.com/Global/story.asp?S=2558467&nav=7CPET4UN

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