Ricardo Martinez, 54, of North Miami testified in April 2017 before the Florida Board of Medicine, where he accused a Miami doctor, Amaryllis Pascual, of seriously injuring him during a 2013 liposuction surgery in her Aventura-area office. Pascual is prohibited from performing liposuction but has yet to satisfy a $1 million medical malpractice judgment against her stemming from Martinez’s lawsuit.
Ricardo Martinez, 54, of North Miami testified in April 2017 before the Florida Board of Medicine, where he accused a Miami doctor, Amaryllis Pascual, of seriously injuring him during a 2013 liposuction surgery in her Aventura-area office. Pascual is prohibited from performing liposuction but has yet to satisfy a $1 million medical malpractice judgment against her stemming from Martinez’s lawsuit. Daniel Chang The Miami Herald
Ricardo Martinez, 54, of North Miami testified in April 2017 before the Florida Board of Medicine, where he accused a Miami doctor, Amaryllis Pascual, of seriously injuring him during a 2013 liposuction surgery in her Aventura-area office. Pascual is prohibited from performing liposuction but has yet to satisfy a $1 million medical malpractice judgment against her stemming from Martinez’s lawsuit. Daniel Chang The Miami Herald

No more lipo, for now. Miami doctor with $1 million malpractice judgment disciplined

May 12, 2017 02:28 PM

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