Dealing with a new medical condition can be confusing, and a daunting task which makes decision making difficult for patients. Patients usually get a second opinion for the following reasons:
· If what they are facing is life threatening
· A surgical intervention has been suggested
· The physician directly recommends one
· If there’s doubt of the first diagnosis
Studies show that incidences of missed, incorrect, and delayed diagnoses are common with an average rate of 10–20%. Clinical laboratory, radiology, and pathology have shown error rates of 2–5% each. …
An expert medical opinion from one of our world-renowned specialists can give you the answers and confidence you need to make informed medical decisions.