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Hip Dysplasia and Child Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

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Hip dysplasia is a medical condition in infants that can require surgery if not timely detected.  Pediatricians are trained to perform specific tests to determine whether a child has this condition and if diagnosed, should start treatment immediately.  A delay in the treatment can result in multiple surgeries on the child and a lifetime of disability.  This could give rise to a medical malpractice lawsuit.  For more information on these cases, visit our Hip Dysplasia malpractice library page.
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