Articles by Dr. Faiza Jibril

Vascular surgery expert witness opines on delayed diagnosis of compartment syndrome

This case involves a fifty-eight-year-old female with a past medical history of a descending aortic dissection which was stented two years before ensuing events. The patient presented to her primary care physician complaining of atypical chest pain. The treating physician…

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Critical care expert witness advises on fatal aspiration pneumonia following traumatic brain injury

A critical care expert witness advises on a case happened in New Hampshire involving a patient who died as a result of aspiration pneumonia following a traumatic brain injury. This case involves a fifty-five-year-old female patient who died as a…

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Pathology expert witness opines on fatal Amiodarone toxicity

A pathology expert witness opines on a case involving Amiodarone toxicity leading to the death of a postoperative patient. The decedent from Rhode Island is a sixty-six-year-old female patient with a past medical history of atrial fibrillation. The patient had…

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Hospitalist expert witness opines on intubation protocols for patient who died from pneumonia

A hospitalist expert witness discusses the treatment given to a patient who died from pneumonia prior to being transferred to a tertiary care center. This case involves a thirty-seven-year-old male patient with no significant past medical history. The patient developed flu…

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Oncology expert witness discusses delayed diagnosis of Squamous cell carcinoma

An oncology expert witness discusses a case involving delayed diagnosis of Squamous cell carcinoma of the base of the tongue. This case involves a forty-six-year-old male patient who underwent a root canal and antibiotic treatment for an abscess under the…

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Hematology expert witness advises on anticoagulation in patients at risk for stroke

A hematology expert witness opines on post-operative anticoagulation in patients with multiple comorbidities. This case involves a fifty-four-year-old female patient with a past medical history of obesity and Atrial Fibrillation. The patient was being treated by her primary care physician…

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Nursing expert witness opines on the protocol for fall prevention in a nursing home setting

This case involves an eighty-two-year-old male patient who was a nursing home resident. He had a past medical history of dementia and severe falls which prompted his family to seek 24-hour care for the patient. The patient suffered a fall…

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Otolaryngology expert witness advises on standard of care in treatment of adenoid cystic carcinoma

An otolaryngology expert witness advises on a case happened in Arizona involving a thirty-five-year-old female who was diagnosed with adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) of the salivary gland by her dentist. The patient’s dentist promptly referred her to an ENT. The…

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Neurosurgeon Advises on Radiation Procedure for Trigeminal Neuralgia

A neurosurgery expert witness opines on a case involving a patient who was left with chronic pain following a dental procedures and linear accelerator radiation therapy for trigeminal neuralgia. This case involves a fifty-eight-year-old female patient with no significant past…

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Neurology expert witness discusses ischemic stroke and emergency room treatment

A neurology expert witness for the defense opines on a case involving a woman who alleges that delayed EHS treatment made her stroke worse. Plaintiff from Arizona was fifty-two-years-old when she suffered a second stroke. She went to the emergency…

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