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Failure to Diagnose and Treat Stroke

​The plaintiff, age fifty-two, went to the emergency department of the hospital in March 2005. He had experienced transient episodes of blurred vision and also had a numb right hand. He was examined by a doctor and nurse “A”. The plaintiff’s symptoms quickly resolved and a CT scan did not reveal abnormalities.

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