In our review of hundreds of charts from multiple EHR systems, several frequently made errors emerged, and for this article, we will discuss seven common mistakes end how to avoid them.
In this case, the man currently has no evidence of metastatic disease or other long-term injury from his claimed negligence that the physicians allowed the cancer to become extracapsular during the 6 months of following his PSA levels.
In this interview, Peter L. Choyke, MD, discusses current methods of detecting biochemical recurrence with imaging, promising new techniques to localize recurrence, and cost considerations.

Henry Rosevear, MD

A member of the Urology Times Clinical Practice Board, and in private practice at Pikes Peak Urology, Colorado Springs, CO.


An attorney specializing in medical malpractice in Long Beach, California.


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