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Lindsay v Mid-Western Health Board

Medical Law Reports

Lindsay v Mid-Western Health Board

(1993) 4 Med LR 354

SUPREME COURT OF IRELAND

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Negligence — Res ipsa loquitur — Brain damage following routine operation — Applicability of res ipsa loquitur — Burden of proof on defendants — Whether defendants had discharged onus on them

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