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Unnecessary Surgery

Angela R. Holder, JD
JAMA. 1975;232(10):1059-1060. doi:10.1001/jama.1975.03250100053031.
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Haven vs Randolph, 342 F Suppl 538 (DC DC, 1972).
O'Grady vs Wickman, 213 So 2d 321, Fla, 1968.
Bryson vs Stone, 190 NW 2d 336, Mich, 1971.
Variety Children's Hospital vs Osle, 292 So 2d 382, Fla, 1974
Rader vs Variety Children's Hospital, 293 So 2d 77, 1974.
Craig vs Bartschi, Cal Super Ct, Butte Co, Docket No. 52-535, 1973
The Citation , vol 28, No. (11) , p 161
Ussery vs Brackley, Cal Super Ct, Kern Co, Docket No. 102976, 1971
The Citation , vol 24, No. (11) , p 161
Valenzuela vs Mercy Children's Hospital, Cal Super Ct, Sacramento Co, Docket No. 213907, September 1972
The Citation , vol 27, No. (10) , p 146
Hendrick vs Nork, Cal Super Ct, Sacramento Co, Docket No. 200777, November 1972
The Citation , vol 27, No. (5) , pp 67-68
Gonzales vs Nork, Cal Super Ct, Sacramento Co, Docket No. 228566, 1974.
The Citation , vol 29, No. (2) , pp 18-19
Fausette vs Grim, 186 SW 1177, Mo, 1916.
Nolan vs Kechijian, 64 A 2d 866, RI, 1949.

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