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Misread X-Rays, Prenatal Ultrasounds, Mammograms, CT Scans and MRIs


When a radiology study is done, whether it is an x-ray, MRI, or CT scan, the doctor relies heavily on the radiologist’s report to decide how, or even whether, to treat the patient. For example, if the radiologist says a baby’s lung x-ray is normal, your pediatrician will not treat a coughing baby for pneumonia. However, if that x-ray really showed pneumonia, the baby could suffer serious injury from lack of treatment.  If the ultrasound technician says your baby looks normal on a prenatal ultrasound, but he or she really is showing signs of distress, your baby could be brain damaged or die.

The military medical malpractice lawyers at Brown Law have successfully handled cases involving negligently misread radiology studies of all types including: misread mammograms, misread prenatal ultrasounds, misread x-rays, CT and MRI scans at Army, Air Force, and Navy hospitals nationwide and overseas.

If you or a family member suffered an injury from a misread radiology study we can help you too. Please contact us today for a free case evaluation by an experienced military medical malpractice attorney.

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