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Gadolinium-based contrast agents (“GBCAs”) are often given to enhance the image of an MRI, however the metal gadolinium can deposit in your brain, bone and organs. Gadolinium Deposition Disease (“GDD”) is the disease process observed in people with normal or near normal renal function who develop persistent symptoms that arise within two months after the administration of (“GBCAs”).
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If you or someone you love has been suffering after having an MRI with GBCAs administered in Long Island or beyond, the experienced lawyers at Duffy & Duffy are happy to answer any questions you may have and begin the process of seeking damages for your injuries. Contact us online or call to speak with one of our attorneys today.
Duffy & Duffy secured a $4,725,000 settlement for a man who now has permanent physical and cognitive deficits as a result of an aortic root aneurysm. After his twin brother was diagnosed with the same condition, the client underwent a screening echocardiogram and a chest x-ray since he was at a higher risk. Tragically the aortic aneurysm was overlooked and ruptured 19 months later.