4 Cited authorities

  1. Koeppel v. Benjamin Park

    228 A.D.2d 288 (N.Y. App. Div. 1996)   Cited 70 times

    June 18, 1996 Appeal from the Supreme Court, New York County (Karla Moskowitz, J.). Decedent Sherri Koeppel was diagnosed with colon cancer in February 1992 and died three months later. This action was brought against the gynecologist, internist, gastroenterologist and radiologist who saw decedent at various times during the last two years of her life and who, according to plaintiff, failed to follow accepted medical practice and procedures that might have led to an earlier diagnosis of the cancer

  2. Burtman v. Brown

    97 A.D.3d 156 (N.Y. App. Div. 2012)   Cited 37 times
    Noting that "the dispositive factor in ascertaining" whether a physician owes a duty to a patient is "the extent to which the defendant advised, and the plaintiff relied on advice about" a medical condition
  3. Wasserman v. Staten Island Radiological Assoc

    2 A.D.3d 713 (N.Y. App. Div. 2003)   Cited 42 times

    2002-05439. December 22, 2003. Motion by the defendant Leonard Berliner for leave to reargue an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Richmond County, dated January 25, 2002, which was determined by decision and order of this court dated May 27, 2003, and cross motion by the plaintiff, inter alia, to amend or resettle the decision and order of this court dated May 27, 2003, to reinstate the complaint insofar as asserted against the defendant Staten Island Radiological Associates. Belair Evans

  4. Markley v. Albany Medical Center Hospital

    163 A.D.2d 639 (N.Y. App. Div. 1990)   Cited 45 times

    July 5, 1990 Appeal from the Supreme Court, Albany County (Hughes, J.). Kane, J.P. The claims herein have been joined for trial and are based on the alleged administration of an overdose to plaintiff Julie G. Markley, an infant, of the chemotherapeutic drug adriamycin. The infant, born July 11, 1980, was diagnosed as having a malignant tumor, the removal of which required surgery in April 1981 at defendant Albany Medical Center Hospital. Thereafter, a team of physicians treating the infant prescribed