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Baby suffers pain of undiagnosed fracture for two weeks

An 18 month old girl spent two weeks in pain after a hospital did not carry out an x-ray that would have indicated a fracture. The girl had fallen off a sofa. The hospital claims there were no symptoms of a fracture thus no x-ray carried out.

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About: Baby suffers pain of undiagnosed fracture for two weeks

Date: 9 December 2003

Source: BBC News UK Edition

URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/3304993.stm

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