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June 2018 Archives

Botched spine surgery lawsuit winnings vary depending on injuries

Durotomy is a type of complication that many lumbar spine surgery patients experience when the dura, or the thick membrane that surrounds their spinal cord, is torn. A study published in June in the medical journal Spine highlights just how often it is that incidental durotomy injuries are to blame in medical malpractice lawsuits filed in the United States.

Driving in urban Chicago doesn't increase your crash risk

Those of us who live in Chicago know what heavy traffic is like. Due to the sheer amount of car crashes we see while out on the road during our morning or evening commute, most of us would assume that crash risks are higher out on the city's busy highways more than anywhere else. This is far from the case, though.

New Lenox obstetrician sued for botched delivery of a baby

A lawsuit was filed against a New Lenox obstetrician on May 29 in the 12th Judicial Circuit Court in Will County. In the filing, a 32-year-old Minooka woman accuses her physician of having left her body in poor condition after delivering her child in 2016. She's requesting damages in excess of $50,000.

What happens when a surgical sponge or tools are left in you?

When most people experience either gas or bloating, they often think that it has to do with their body's response to something that they ate that was bad for them. It's unlikely that they would assume that their abdominal discomfort was related to either a surgical tool or sponge being left in them. In the case of some patients, though, this is what doctors ultimately discover is causing their persistent, nagging abdominal pain.

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