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California appeals court affirms denial of ­neurosurgeon's request to reinstate privileges

The California Court of Appeal for the Fourth District (the "Court"), in an unpublished opinion, affirmed a lower court's decision that a neurosurgeon did not satisfy the burden to show that a hospital's failure to place another neurosurgeon on his peer review panel was prejudicial and required a reversal of judgment against him.

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