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  • 26 Oct. 2015

    Dangerous Medical Device May Spread Cancerous Tissue in Women

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    Morcellators have been widely used by surgeons as a minimally invasive method of performing laparoscopic and myomectomy procedures. Women who suffer from painful uterine fibroids often undergo one of these procedures to remove them. Morcellators are designed to shred these fibroids, leaving only a small scar and requiring in a shorter recovery period than other traditional surgical methods. The ...
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  • 9 Sep. 2015

    Dangerous IVC Filters the Subject of Widespread Litigation

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    NBC Nightly News recently aired a two-part exposé on medical device manufacturer CR Bard’s IVC filtration device. Also known as The Recovery, this small metal trap, which is surgically implanted into the largest vein in the body, is supposed to work by trapping blood clots before they can reach the lungs or heart, where they can be fatal. So far, however, IVC filters have been ...
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