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Woman dies of undiagnosed brain haemorrhage

Hospital errors result in woman being told she was suffering from a virus and was sent home. She later died at home from a brain haemorrhage. Her CT scan was misinterpreted and a lumbar puncture result was not completed. The family is considering taking action.

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About: Woman dies of undiagnosed brain haemorrhage

Date: 10 March 2004

Source: BBC News UK Edition

URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/3498820.stm

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