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Gazzetta Medica Italiana Archivio per le Scienze Mediche 2010 April;169(2):51-7

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Technical consultation of office in theme of trauma in car-crash accident: a clinical case

Volpe F.

Private practice, Polla (SA), Italy

The author proposes a clinical case related to the evaluation of the damage, within a consultation technique of office (CTU), of a trauma of the ATM consequent to an accident trauma car. In way example is been underlined the various phases that characterize the assumption of the charge, the ethical obligations and ethics to which to follow, the layout of the skill, departing from the case in object, the formality of quantification reported compensation to the customs and the recent ones physician-legal directives, to come, finally, to considerations related to the actual orientation of the jurisprudence in the evaluation compensation of the damage. The charge of CTU (technical advisor of office), also in field stomatology is very frequent, in how much he often resorts to the legal contentious to settle situations in which the authority judging it uses of an expert, whose functions are those to widen the knowledges of worth of the judge, to which only the assignment decisive; the physician-legal contentious is up to related to the case in worth is an example of the difficulties of interpretation and, therefore, of the impossibility often of to furnish settling explanations to the Authority Judging, the only one in conclusion call to pronounce him in the worth.

language: English


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