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Hospital sued for undiagnosed heart condition

A woman's family was granted $5 million by a lawsuit against a hospital that failed to diagnose their daughters inherited heart condition, which resulted in her having a heart attack and suffering irreversible brain damage.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by My San Antonio

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About: Hospital sued for undiagnosed heart condition

Date: 6 October 2005

Source: My San Antonio

Author: Guillermo Contreras

URL: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/metro/stories/MYSA100605.02B.methodist_settle.17a5167c.html

Related Medical Topics

This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

  • Undiagnosed
  • Undiagnosed and hereditary condition
  • Undiagnosed and hereditary heart condition
  • Undiagnosed and heart condition
  • Undiagnosed and heart disease
  • Undiagnosed and heart attack
  • Undiagnosed and brain damage
  • Undiagnosed and mute
  • Undiagnosed and lawsuit
  • Undiagnosed and litigation
  • Undiagnosed and settlement
  • Medical error
  • Medical error and hereditary condition
  • Medical error and hereditary heart condition
  • Medical error and heart condition
  • Medical error and heart disease
  • Medical error and heart attack
  • Medical error and brain damage
  • Medical error and mute
  • Medical error and lawsuit
  • Medical error and litigation
  • Medical error and settlement

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