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Thread: Dr. Boachie Named in Lawsuit

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    http://www.aaos.org/AAOSNow/2009/Oct...ging7/?ssopc=1

    is "Ischemic optic neuropathy" the technical name? What is the cause of the vision loss?

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    Gal, I think there is a way to check the infection rate at any hospital you choose. I know it came up on the internet when I was checking one of the major Chicago hospitals.
    T10-pelvis fusion 12/08
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackieg412 View Post
    Gal, I think there is a way to check the infection rate at any hospital you choose. I know it came up on the internet when I was checking one of the major Chicago hospitals.
    Jackie...

    I moved the post to which you replied to a new thread, but couldn't, for some reason, move your post to that thread. The new URL is http://www.scoliosis.org/forum/showt...for-NY-Surgeon
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