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Perforated Ureter Injury Info

Norfolk medical malpractice lawyers Kevin Duffan and Rick Shapiro discuss perforated ureters and how the ureter can be damaged during medical procedures that may not even directly involve a ureter. Kevin explains that the ureter connects your kidney to your bladder. It runs on the same track as your uterus. This is why it is quite common for a doctor to inadvertently cut or perforate a ureter while performing a hysterectomy, and other procedures involving the uterus. Get more cut ureter legal info here:


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