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I had surgery to address shoulder pain and instability. The pre-op MRI shows multiple areas of pathology that were not reported by the performing radiologist. He did the surgery and corrected the pathology reported on the MRI report, but ignored multiple area's of pathology that we easily visible and reponsible for my symptoms. He left the damage alone, stitched me up and sent me home. He reported on the op report that there were no other injuries but noted minor DJD. Post op he told me that everything looked normal for my age and that I had nothing to worry about. My symptoms remian and I have another decorated surgeon recommending additional surgery to correct what the other guy ignored. Is this a case of negligence? Do have a basis for a complaint if the shoulder is in worse shape now?
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