It would be good for you to consult with a local medical malpractice lawyer. Medical malpractice cases can be complicated and expensive. I don't write this to discourage you. Quite the opposite, I encourage you to consult with a South Carolina medical malpractice lawyer to investigate your case and further discuss your options with you. I hope this helps. Good luck.
As you probably now know, fat atrophy and telangiectasia are known side effects of using topical steroids. I would consult a medical malpractice attorney to determine if there was a breach of the standard of care by your surgeon in using topical steroid in this case.
It is impossible to answer the question from the limited information provided. If you feel you have been wronged or that the physician did not perform with at least the minimum standard of care, then you should consult a local medical malpractice attorney.
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