It is relatively straightforward to avoid malpractice litigation involving patients with ophthalmic oncologic problems. Almost all cases in which a general ophthalmologist is named have to do with the failure to diagnose and institute treatment in a timely manner. Very few cases (almost all either eyelid or conjunctival neoplasms) are ones involving either treatment errors or poor treatment results that impacted either vision or life.
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