Defense Verdict in Vascular Disease Med-Mal Case
Booker v. Boskind and Adventist Health, Multnomah County Case No. 17CV16885
Plaintiff Booker had a history of arterial occlusive disease. He had stents placed in his right leg in 2007. He was advised to quit smoking. In 2014 he had a femoral-femoral bypass surgery in which Dr. Boskind participated. Testing after his surgery continued to indicate that Mr. Booker’s lower extremity blood pressure was abnormal. However, a lower extremity arterial duplex indicated that Booker was getting blood flow through collateral circulation. Booker was having leg pain that his doctors did not believe was related to the . . .
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