Medicolegal Aspects in Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery
In recent years, a special aspect of medicine called “medicolegal aspects” has emerged and surprisingly developed. In pediatric surgery, this branch is more sensitive because of the patient whose life expectancy must be as close as 100%. No one will ever come to terms with the idea that for a child no matter how sick he is, “nothing can be done.”
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