Man loses sight after surgery, sues doctor and hospital
A man is suing a hospital and a surgeon after losing his sight in a surgery on his spine.
The man went in for lumbar spine surgery in May 2010 in order to remove bone fragments from his body. After the 250 minute surgery, the man awoke and was unresponsive and had low blood pressure.
He also could not feel his lower extremities and could not see. Although the feeling came back in his body, his sight did not. He is now suing the surgeon and Trinity Regional Health System and is seeking $50,000 in damages.
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