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I was told that just because I may have a misdiagnosis doesn't mean I have a malpractice case unless I suffered permanent damage. According to the state of Georgia's Patient's Bill of Rights, I do have a right to complain to the medical board. I was recently made aware that the facility my employer uses had several co workers visit and diagnosed with the same injury and prescribed with the same medication for similar symptoms. I was told by a treating medical professional that the diagnosis I was given "made no sense". My complaint is, I didn't feel my symptoms were not taken into account and I have suffered for over a year because I was not treated properly. I presume I have a right to complain however I feel my condition was neglected. Could their investigation yield a civil suit?
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