Red Sox pitcher, Bobby Jenks, discusses discusses serious spinal error
Red Sox pitcher, Bobby Jenks, is now discussing the possibility of taking legal action after an error occurred in the operating room this December.
Jenks told reporters about a surgical error that was made during a surgery on Dec. 12. According the Jenks, he went into Mass. General in order to have surgery on bone spurts that grew on his spine. Jenks was having two removed and two others were not supposed to be touched.
The doctor partially removed one of them and left an incision in his spine. A little over two weeks later, the man woke up with a pounding migraine and by the end of the month the pain was unbearable. He went into the hospital and needed to have another emergency operation on his spine.
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