Gall Bladder Surgery Malpractice – Defense Verdict
Rogers v. Surgical Associates et al., Multnomah County Case No. 15CV16519
Plaintiff Rogers went to the emergency department with severe pain in his abdomen. He alleged that an ultrasound was administered and the radiologist concluded that the distal portion of an enlarged common bile duct was not well visualized and that there may be gallstones in the common bile duct that further imaging with a magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) might help reveal. Defendant, a surgeon for Surgical Associates, was consulted. He performed a laparoscopic gallbladder removal. He did not order an MRCP before the surgery or perform any . . .
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