A recent lawsuit against surgeon Ben Carson was brought by a woman who had multiple sclerosis. The patient underwent spinal fusion surgery because she was having trouble walking. A second surgery showed that a mass in the brain was a sponge. Mary Perna, who was born with short-limbed dwarfism, claimed Carson performed spinal fusion surgery on her son, Austin. According to the suit, the doctor failed to review her MRI before performing the surgery.

Carson left a sponge in her brain during her 2008 surgery.

The patient was suffering from facial pain, but her surgeons misdiagnosed her as having a tumor. The second surgery revealed the sponge in King’s brain. The woman sued Carson, who is now facing the consequences. While the first lawsuit against Carson is still pending, the latest case involves a different hospital and a different physician. The Freedom From Religion Foundation is seeking over $14,000 to compensate the plaintiffs for the harm done.

In the first lawsuit against Carson, the plaintiff claims that the doctor left a sponge in her brain. The patient, Darlene King, underwent a procedure with Carson’s team in 2008, and she was given the impression that she had a tumor. The second surgery, however, showed that the surgeon left the sponge inside King’s brain. Although she is now fully recovered from her surgeries, she is still living with the consequences.

The lawsuit claims that Carson did not properly review the patient’s MRI, which would have alerted him to lesions on her brainstem, making the microvascular decompression surgery useless.

In addition, the patient also received medication that clashed with her MS medications. This caused her to have a seizure. As a result, the lawsuit sought more than $20,000 in damages, which was eventually settled out of court.

In another lawsuit, the surgeon left a sponge inside a patient’s brain. The patient, Darlene King, sued Carson for the 2008 surgery. She had facial pain and Carson’s team performed a procedure that could have removed the sponge. Then, the doctor told the woman that she had a tumor, but the surgery left a sponge in the patient’s brain. The woman sued, claiming that she suffered permanent injuries, and it was not a traumatic event, but that it made her a better patient.

The lawsuit claims that Dr. Ben Carson’s negligence caused her severe pain and disability.

In the same lawsuit, she is also being sued for malpractice. Aside from the negligence, the alleged surgery left a sponge inside her brain. The plaintiff is entitled to receive compensation for her pain. But the doctor denied the allegations. The claim against her was dismissed by the court. In the following case, she filed a federal criminal suit against the doctors.

In the lawsuit, the doctor left a sponge inside her patient’s brain. The patient suffered from multiple sclerosis and a severe seizure, but Carson’s negligence led her to believe that she had a tumor in her brain. She later filed a separate lawsuit against Johns Hopkins University and alleged that the doctors’ negligence was a cause of her pain. Sadly, the lawsuit did not settle.

The lawsuit alleged that Dr. Carson did not review the patient’s MRI.

This would have prevented Carson from recommending the surgery. She was also given medications that conflicted with her MS medications. The lawsuit sought over $20,000 in damages from Johns Hopkins University and Carson. The case was settled out of court. The plaintiff did not sue Carson and the medical school. It is unclear whether there is any evidence that the doctor has a legal obligation to treat the patient.

The lawsuit also alleges that Carson failed to review her MRI, which would have notified the doctor of the lesions on her brainstem, thereby making the procedure ineffective. In addition, the plaintiff also alleged that she was given medications that clashed with her MS medication. Ultimately, the lawsuit asked for over $20,000 in damages from the doctor. The patient’s family declined to disclose details of the settlement.

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