Gynecologic Oncology Malpractice
Gynecologic oncologists frequently perform surgical procedures to remove tumors from the breast, ovaries, and uterus. Surgical procedures of the abdomen may result in bladder perforation and peritonitis. They may also cause occult perforation of bowel and the patient may need a temporary or permanent colostomy. Gynecologic oncologists may perform other surgeries, and malpractice may occur if there is a failure to diagnose post vaginal hysterectomy ovarian abscess or failure to properly treat cuff collection to prevent ovarian abscess.
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