Practice of Medicine
Gadolinium-induced NSF Claim Resolved in Favor of the Plaintiff
November 26, 2013
A 31 year-old male was referred to the neurologist’s office by his nephrologist for complaints of severe headaches. The neurologist was aware of the patient’s history: renal cell carcinoma, bilateral kidney removal and hemodialysis three times per week for the past four years.
Because of the patient’s history of renal cell carcinoma, the neurologist was concerned that the acute …
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