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Retained Sponges, Surgical Instruments, and Medical Malpractice

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You often read about a patient who undergoes a surgery and later finds out that a surgical sponge or instrument was left in his or her body after the procedure.  It is discovered later by an x-ray or other type of radiology study and quite often this gives the patient pain and discomfort.  When a surgical sponge or instrument is left in a patient's body, it can give rise to a medical malpractice lawsuit  Because the injuries and damages from these surgical items left inside can cause significant problems, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as it is discovered to learn about your rights.
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