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When a urologist fails to review an ultrasound that was ordered, a 2-year old child suffers irreversible kidney damage. This test would have revealed a blockage that caused urine build-up for over a year causing severe damage to the organs of the child. Senior Managing Partner Jonathan Schochor, discusses this case of physician negligence.

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