A war veteran with a family history of abdominal aortic aneurysms was advised to have semi-annual scans to monitor any changes. Despite several visits to the VA hospital, his doctor never recorded the family history, nor scanned for small aneurisms. Months later the veteran’s aneurysm ruptured, and he was rushed into surgery. A prior diagnosis could have meant elective as opposed to emergency surgery.
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