Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Malpractice
Kaiser Mahmood Consent and information disclosure. J Fatima Jinnah Med Coll Lahore Dec 2007;1(3-4):84-6.
Osifo O D, Evbuomwan I, Efobi C Management of childhood abdominal masses by Nigerian traditional doctors: A worrisome cause of delay in presentation. Pak J Med Sci Oct - Dec 2007;23(5):809-13.
Khalil Ullah, Wasim Alamgir Comparison of clinical causes of death with autopsy diagnosis using discrepancy classification. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Dec 2006;16(12):768-72.
Neelam Tajammul, Tajamul Hussain, Shahid Hanif, Tariq Mohdin, Lftikhar Ahmad Zahid Radiology - bone trauma - Qisas & Diyat law. Ann King Edward Med Uni Oct - Dec 2005;11(4):538-42.
Jinan Usta, Ghassan Hamadeh, Nabil Kanaan, Bassem Saab The experience with postgraduate education in Lebanon. Med Today Mar 2005;3(1):14-7.
Haq T, Ahmad B, Akhtar W, Naseer G, Mosharraf F, Munir K National Survey for Practice of `Informed Consent` in the Radiology Departments. J Pak Med Assoc May 2003;53(5):172-6.
Mir Muhammad Sahito, Muhammad Iqbal Mughal, Farzana Chang, Syed Mudassir Hussain Shah, Sarwar Pirzada G, Yar Ali Jamali, Mola Bux, Abdul Hameed Causes of death in interior Sindh - A medicolegal autopies study. Pak Postgrad Med J Dec 2002;13(4):161-4.
Afzal Memon, Umar Memon, Khaleeque Ahmed Siddiqui, Mustafa Yousfani, Ameer Afzal, Inayat Ur Rehman Khalil The role of Radionuclide Imaging and Computerized Axial Tomography to reveal equivocal fractures in medicolegal practice. Biomedica Jul - Dec 2002;18:58-61.
Ghulam Qadir Kaheri, Muhammad Umar Memon, Khalid Aziz, Akbar Qazi, Inayatur Rehman Khalil Credibility of Medicolegal Certificates issued by Medical Officers - A study at two centres. Ann King Edward Med Uni Jul - Sep 2001;7(3):251-3.
Talat Naheed Are Doctors Safe from Tuberculosis. Biomedica Jul - Dec 1998;14:84-7.
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