Doctor Accused Of Misdiagnosing 208 Patients: Further Investigation Ordered
An overseas-trained doctor, Farid Zaer, who has registered himself as a general practitioner in NSW has moved on to Queensland, to continue his medical practice.// The doctor has been prohibited from practicing elsewhere as he has been accused for wrong diagnosis involving nearly 208 patients.
Child-Proof: Brain Mapping Safer for Children than Previously Thought
...hey would diagnose a problem where there is none or fail to detect one.
“Unfortunately, we don’t know how often noninvasive tests are missing or misdiagnosing
something,” Jordan says. “We do know that angiography is clear.”
Compared to doing the test in adults, the procedure in children usually takes l...