Failure to diagnose or delayed diagnosis are two examples of the most common allegations of medical liability claims. Some diseases have such difficult processes, that it’s genuinely difficult to be diagnosed, either because they mimic other and milder disease processes, or their presence fools the practitioner into believing it’s another diagnosis.
Unfortunately, these delays or misdiagnoses usually lead to devastating consequences. Have you ever been curious to know which diseases physicians struggle with diagnosing? Or if there’s a common theme and why are so hard to pin down? We made a list of 9 illnesses that are the most difficult to be diagnosed, so check it out.