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Re: Did you see the picture? daemon1313 - 29/01/2003 05:45:37 PM

The issue is not that the woman was cauterized, but the manner, or in this case the pattern, in which it was done. What possible medical reason could there be for the doctor to brand the woman's uterus (and that of other women, apparently) with "UK"?

This is in the up-dated article that I linked to:
David Yandell, also a doctor at the University of Louisville, sent the Herald-Leader an e-mail defending Guiler and saying, in part: "Malpractice would only have been committed if he hadn't marked the uterus. Whether you use a 'UK' or a 'yes' or a 'up' or whatever, the uterus has to be marked in some way for identification of the fundus," or base, of the organ.

It seems there is a relevant reason for marking the organ. There are also counter-points and other points given in the article, I just chose the one that I felt like giving here.

And the lawsuit is over the alleged impropriety involved in the surgery (hence my comment about the strained marital relationship and how amused I was by that). Yes, reduced sexual interest on the part of both spouses is often an after-effect of hysterectomies. Since this IS so well-documented, why does there need to be a lawsuit about it? Because they are claiming that this reduction is due to the particulars of this case (the UK branding), which to me seems a little ridiculous. Just my $.02...

Up-date article to the one Mookster posted before.




Up-date article to the one Mookster posted before.
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what does everyone think about this.....? - 29/01/2003 04:29:59 PM 245 Views
I'd have to agree with that mook. - 29/01/2003 04:35:40 PM 23 Views
yeah, if it wasn't for the tape, who would ever know? - 29/01/2003 04:50:10 PM 10 Views
Go Terps? - 29/01/2003 04:36:21 PM 17 Views
good point....maybe I could overlook it if it were UCONN *NM* - 29/01/2003 04:51:54 PM 10 Views
LMAO They have a hot team this year. *NM* - 29/01/2003 05:00:35 PM 2 Views
The part that bothers me is the lack of professionalism. - 29/01/2003 04:40:14 PM 22 Views
that's what I'm saying.... - 29/01/2003 04:46:43 PM 18 Views
Agree - 29/01/2003 04:53:16 PM 14 Views
Re: Ugh - 29/01/2003 04:42:41 PM 29 Views
Re: Ugh - 29/01/2003 05:20:40 PM 14 Views
as I posted up above in another reply... - 29/01/2003 05:25:31 PM 9 Views
Re: as I posted up above in another reply... - 29/01/2003 05:28:35 PM 11 Views
Yahoo news *NM* - 29/01/2003 05:32:47 PM 5 Views
Re: Did you see the picture? - 29/01/2003 05:33:35 PM 14 Views
Re: Did you see the picture? - 29/01/2003 05:45:37 PM 13 Views
Re: Thanks for the updated story... - 29/01/2003 05:57:52 PM 10 Views
I feel like I'm beating a dead horse... - 30/01/2003 05:25:04 AM 8 Views
Re: Ugh - 29/01/2003 06:09:34 PM 10 Views
hmmmmm - 29/01/2003 05:19:06 PM 16 Views
Uh....yeah - 29/01/2003 06:18:51 PM 14 Views
*snickers at Alana* - 29/01/2003 07:07:10 PM 12 Views
I can't like that. *NM* - 29/01/2003 06:38:33 PM 2 Views
sick and degrading. I would be majorly pissed off as well. *NM* - 29/01/2003 06:48:29 PM 4 Views
Lovely... - 29/01/2003 07:04:49 PM 15 Views
Well, you leave out the related article, and doctors' arguments... - 29/01/2003 07:48:50 PM 23 Views
Grrr. - 29/01/2003 09:12:59 PM 11 Views
In a wierd kinda way I admire his style - still a bit wrong though - 30/01/2003 06:19:03 AM 4 Views
It would be a fitting punishment if they branded his testcals - 30/01/2003 11:59:01 AM 5 Views
Please Read This!!! - 30/01/2003 08:15:15 PM 9 Views