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Investigation follows 46 year old’s death after cerebral angiogram

A patient at a Quebec City hospital died following a cerebral angiogram to test for cancer. It is unsure as to whether the wrong substance was injected for the test which would make it a medical malpractice case.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by CBC Montreal

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About: Investigation follows 46 year old’s death after cerebral angiogram

Date: 17 September 2004

Source: CBC Montreal


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