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Injury to the common bile duct during gallbladder removal surgery can have dire health consequences for patients such as increased morbidity and overall diminished long term quality of life, says top New York medical malpractice lawyer

Approximately 750,000 laparoscopic cholecystectomies are performed each year for gallbladder removal and despite improvements in surgical procedures to prevent bile duct injuries, mistakes still occur in approximately 1 out of 200 cases that result in death or diminished quality of life for the patient, according to Edward P. Milstein, partner in bile duct surgery and top medical new york malpractice law firm of Dankner Milstein, P.C. “The most common injury usually involves the misidentification of the common bile duct as

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