Ethical Considerations in Caring for Retarded Patients
The treatment of the mentally retarded patient may raise dramatic ethical issues for the family physician. A case is used to illustrate an example of ethical decision-making and the moral issues explored.
Ronald J. Christie and Barry Hoffmaster. "Ethical Considerations in Caring for Retarded Patients" Canadian Family Physician 25 (1979): 1369-1372.
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