Crispell and AssociatesLegal Nurse Consulting
What We Do
Crispell & Associates provides Legal Nurse Consulting services to professionals in the legal and insurance fields. The registered nurses at Crispell & Associates offer 20 years of experience in trauma, orthopedics, neurology, pediatrics and critical care. In addition, we have over 15 years experience as Legal Nurse Consultants for the insurance industry in personal injury litigation. Crispell & Associates’ proficiency in auto injury, slip and falls, workman’s compensation, toxic torts, and medical malpractice will be a valuable asset to your firm.
Why you should hire a Legal Nurse Consultant's services
Legal Nurse Consultants (LNC) improve attorney’s outcomes and assist in their success through expertly evaluating and concisely explaining the injuries sustained and treatment given, as well as the impact of the injury on the client’s life. You, the attorney, will save time and money while gaining a full understanding of the medical issues of your case, in a professionally prepared summary. more…
MedTerms Word of the Day
|04/30/2017 01:00 AM|
Williams syndrome: A genetic disorder characterized by mild mental retardation, unique personality characteristics, unusual facial features, and cardiovascular disease. The level of calcium tends to be high in blood (hypercalcemia) and urine (hypercalciuria).
Mental retardation is the rule and ranges from severe to mild. Personality features include overfriendliness, generalized anxiety, and attention deficit disorder. Facial features include narrow forehead, fullness about the eyes, short nose, flat midface, full lips, wide mouth, small jaw, and prominent earlobes. Supravalvar aortic stenosis (narrowing of the aorta just above the valve) is the most common and important cardiovascular abnormality.
Williams syndrome is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner and is due to a small chromosome deletion. Most cases are new occurrences but parent-to-child transmission is known. The region deleted is from chromosome 7 (band 7q11) and includes the ELN (elastic) gene, a useful molecular marker in tests to detect the deletion. The syndrome is due not merely to the loss of ELN but to contiguous gene deletion, loss of a series of adjacent genes.
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"Over the years, I have worked with Pat on a large number of injury claims. Her extensive medical knowledge, real life nursing experience, and professional medical contacts have been tremendously beneficial" more…
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