Saturday, March 14, 2015

New York City Medical Malpractice Lawyers Act on Misdiagnosed Cases

85-year old musician Neil Warner and his wife Naomi had started observing a decline in his abilities, as well as what appears to be signs of dementia: short-term memory loss and impaired balance, among others. Fearing the worst, Naomi took her husband to a doctor and he was found to have normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH), a neurological disorder where there’s an excess of fluid in the brain. The worst part of it, however, was that the doctor told Naomi that since her husband’s condition is in its early stages, they should just return when Warner is already “falling down and drooling.”

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