Cross-examination of Medical Experts, Volume 1

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LexisNexis, 1982 - Cross-examination
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Contents

CHAPTER 1
BeforeandAfter Thrust
n Testified Before for Defendant
b Negative Inspection Test
24B The Doctor You Did Not Find ? Approach
A COMPLETE SYNOPSIS FOR EACH CHAPTER APPEARS AT THE BEGINNING OF
SAMPLE CROSS EXAMINATIONS
Defense Counsels Cross Examining Orthopedic Surgeon
CrossExamination of Expert Neurologist
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Getting Affirmative Agreement on Pathology The Low Back
Getting Affirmative Agreement on Disk Injury and Disability
Getting Affirmative Agreement on Predisposition and Role
Getting Affirmative Agreement on Mechanism of Whiplash
Getting Affirmative Agreement on Diagnosis and Disability
Chapters 123199 Reserved

Refuting Testimony of PsychiatristLack of Objective Verification That Accident
CrossExamination By Defense Counsel of Plaintiffs Treating Physician
Using the Defense Expert to Show Defendants Deviation from Standard Medical
Cross Examination of Defense Teeth and Jaw Expert
Cross Examination of Plaintiffs Neuropsychologist
Effective Use of Leading Questions Based on Defendants Orthopedists
HostileNonHostileCross
CrossExamination By Defense Counsel of Plaintiffs Expert Neurologist
B Inadequate Foundation for Opinion
Impeachment with Deposition and on Inadequate Basis for OpinionCapability
Drawing Out His Attitude of Bias
Inadequate Physical ExaminationLumbosacral Sprain
CrossExamination Of Defendants Medical ExpertProstate Cancer
Short Cross Examination
Inconsistent Statements in Documents Medical Literature
Reserved
Impeachment of Plaintiffs EXpertsInconclusive Medical RecordsMisdiagnosis
Impeachment of Psychiatrist Based on Incomplete Medical RecordInsufficient
Bias
Impeachment to Show Financial Bias and Inadequate Data Base for Opinion
Impeachment of Defense WitnessBiasNegligent Treatment of Broken
Impeachment of Defense WitnessBiasLack of Familiarity with Accepted
Inadequate Physical Examination General Low Back Case
Inadequate Physical Examination Specific Tests Low Back Case
Limitations on Substantive Value of Diagnostic Test Arterial Pulses
Minimizing Present Diagnostic Value of Past Fracture
Marginal XRay Showing Questionable Hairline Fracture in Neck Vertebra
Discrediting Plaintiffs Case by Attacking Negative XRay
Discrediting Value of Plaintiffs Positive Myelogram
Discrediting Value of Defendants Negative Myelogram
Discrediting the Positive Electromyogram
Discrediting the Negative Electromyogram
Defendants Doctor Who Examines One Time Only For Trial Who Claims No Objective Findings
Plaintiffs NonTreating Doctor Who Examines Once Only For Trial
Witness Brought into Case by Either Attorney
Prior Inconsistent Statements Oral Written Prior Testimony
Using Medical Records to Show Prior Inconsistent Statement of Earlier Diagnosis
Fabricated Medical Testimony Assistant Actually Performed Examination
Financial Bias Doctors Fees Must Depend Upon Plaintiff Winning Case
Foundation for Later Use of Document Examiner to Prove Altered Forged Deleted or Expanded Medical Records
Doctors Inadequate Notes
Index
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