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Monthly Archives: March 2022

Radiology

Patient Sues After ER Missed Hip Fracture

By Palmer | Lopez |

A woman presented to the emergency room with a pain in her hip that was radiating to her lower back. According to the patient, she suffered an injury when she leaned over to pick up packages from her front porch. She fell down and had been experiencing pain ever since. The nurse on duty… Read More »

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Hospital Faces Claims Over Concurrent Surgeries

By Palmer | Lopez |

The term “assembly line medicine” has been around for the past decade or so. This process involves the most skilled and experienced doctors performing the most complex parts of a surgery while residents and others do the so-called grunt work. Hospitals contend that this is more efficient and that there is no risk to… Read More »

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Family Settles Lawsuit After Loved One Left In “Permanent Comatose State”

By Palmer | Lopez |

A 46-year-old woman was left in a “permanent comatose state” after a hysterectomy. Her family filed a lawsuit against the hospital which was recently settled for an undisclosed amount of money. The terms of the settlement will remain confidential. The woman is now in a state of “wakeful unresponsiveness” and requires 24-hour care at… Read More »

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Botched Hysterectomy Results In $10M Verdict

By Palmer | Lopez |

A Staten Island woman recently won a $10 million medical malpractice lawsuit against her provider after a botched hysterectomy left her incontinent, unable to have sex, and in chronic and severe pain, according to a recent article. The lawsuit alleged that the woman was left with a painful fistula, or an opening, that was… Read More »

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