Case of Autologous Fat Graft Breast Augmentation Surgery: Orientation for the Object of the Right in Informing Duty
It is said in the Judgement of the supreme court No. 2676 in 2005 that due diligence couldn’t be fulfilled, if the physician didn’t do informing duty except any reasonable reason; informing duty is furthermore to guarantee the autonomy of patient. The content and the function of informing duty was reconstructed with the viewpoint of the medical contract in the judgement of the supreme court No. 2428 in 2010. In the opinion of this article, it would be worth that the informing duty takes the contract as the reason. After the amendment of paragraph 82 of Medical Care Act, it is hypothesized for the clinical discretion of physicians that the patients are informed the risks and are willing to afford them. Otherwise, it could be an intolerable risk even though the medical treatment corresponded with the medical standards.