My mother frequented a walk-in medical clinic for many years. She was chronically diagnosed with sinusitis and URI's. She visited the clinic in 8/12 after a fall at work and received xrays of her groin that included her abdomen. In 9/12 she visited again for respiratory problems and was given a blood work up. It was noted by the physician that she had a high White Blood Cell count. Again, my mother visited the clinic on 11/12 and was given the diagnoses of Bronchitis. 3 days later I took my mom to the ER after she complained of abdominal pain and vomiting. A metastatic growth was found, unknown origin. My mother was 54 when she died on 11/27. That was 15 days after the diagnosis of bronchitis. I miss my mother very much, and what happened seems wrong. I have a lot more information from her medical history, but I feel that the clinic is at fault by Medical Negligence. Could I just be angry, or could I be right.
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I am sorry for your loss. Cases like the one you describe require a review of the records before we can provide an opinion about the merits. My office would be happy to discuss this with you.
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Please accept my condolences. I agree with Mr. Friedman that the records would need to be reviewed. I am most intrigued by the fact that she had xrays of the abdomen in August, nothing was mentioned.
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