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1. Defensive medicine among high-risk specialist physicians in a volatile malpractice environment. (PubMed)

Defensive medicine among high-risk specialist physicians in a volatile malpractice environment. How often physicians alter their clinical behavior because of the threat of malpractice liability, termed defensive medicine, and the consequences of those changes, are central questions in the ongoing medical malpractice reform debate.To study the prevalence and characteristics of defensive medicine among physicians practicing in high-liability specialties during a period of substantial instability (...) in the malpractice environment.Mail survey of physicians in 6 specialties at high risk of litigation (emergency medicine, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, obstetrics/gynecology, and radiology) in Pennsylvania in May 2003.Number of physicians in each specialty reporting defensive medicine or changes in scope of practice and characteristics of defensive medicine (assurance and avoidance behavior).A total of 824 physicians (65%) completed the survey. Nearly all (93%) reported practicing defensive

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