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Speaking of Urology - Malpractice and stones: What a recent study reveals


In this episode, Peter L. Steinberg, MD, discusses a recent Urology Practice paper that examined medical malpractice cases involving kidney stones.

This episode's guest is Peter L. Steinberg, MD. He discusses a recent Urology Practice paper titled “Medical Malpractice and Nephrolithiasis: U.S. Appellate Cases From 2001- 2018,” for which he served as co-author. Steinberg is assistant professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School.

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