Medical Malpractice Handling Urology Cases
From the Publisher:
William J. Morton is a board certified urologist and a practicing attorney in Atlanta, Ga., Morton provides a complete overview of a urology medical malpractice case from the plaintiff and defense perspective and explains the specialty, standards for practitioners and urologic anatomy and physiology. He also details surgical procedures, common complications, chemical and radiological testing, and diagnostic instruments and treatments. This 1990 textbook contains sample discovery documents as well as advice on all aspects of case preparation and trial. Morton provided a 1991 Supplement to the book and an additional Supplement, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., was prepared in association with Jonathan M. Purver, LL.B in 1996. The text and Supplements are now out of print but available in rare bookstores.