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  • Highlighting The Different Forms Of Aphasia For National Aphasia Awareness Month
    Highlighting The Different Forms Of Aphasia For National Aphasia Awareness Month

    Did you know that about one million people live with aphasia in our nation, but that most people have never heard of it? Because of this, it is important to spread awareness of this communication ...

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  • Do More Medical Errors Happen In Virginia Clinics Or In Hospitals?
    Do More Medical Errors Happen In Virginia Clinics Or In Hospitals?

    Many people are nervous about hospital visits. Their hearts race, they have trouble breathing-some even have panic attacks at the thought of seeing a doctor. It happens so often, it has a name: "white ...

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  • When Patients Receive The Wrong Medication, Medical Negligence Is To Blame
    When Patients Receive The Wrong Medication, Medical Negligence Is To Blame

    It’s scary to think about, but mistakes do happen in hospitals—including at Inova and many other hospital systems throughout our state. While any number of things can go wrong with a patient’s ...

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  • How A Serious Brain Injury Can Impact Someone For Life
    How A Serious Brain Injury Can Impact Someone For Life

    Whether you or someone you love suffered a serious brain injury in an auto accident, sports accident, slip and fall accident, or work accident, you may want to know what you can expect and how a ...

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  • Seizures: Possible Side Effects Of Serious Head Injuries
    Seizures: Possible Side Effects Of Serious Head Injuries

    Suffering head trauma from car accidents is, unfortunately, all too common these days. While the majority of head injuries are minor in nature, there are many head traumas that are considered severe, ...

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  • Anesthesia Errors Are Grounds For Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
    Anesthesia Errors Are Grounds For Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

    Surgery—whether it is an emergency surgery or a planned procedure—usually requires the use of anesthesia. While most patients come out of their surgeries in better shape than when they entered the ...

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