You Wake Up From Surgery & Doctor Tells You "I'm Sorry, I Injured You During Surgery"

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You wake up from surgery and your surgeon apologizes to you. The surgeon said something about him causing an injury to an adjacent organ and he apologized again. He tells you that he had to call in a surgical specialist to fix the problem. It turns out that during the surgery, your surgeon inadvertently damaged an adjacent organ near where he was performing surgery.

He needed to call in a surgical specialist who then spent a considerable amount of time fixing your problem. Now you have to deal with the side effects and complications from your intra-operative corrective surgery and must undergo anesthesia again in order to reverse the original surgery.

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Great Neck, NY 11021



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