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Sweeney Law FirmFailure to Diagnose Colon & Rectal CancerColon and rectal cancer is a subtle disease. This cancer develops in the colon or the rectum, and is the third most common cancer in the U.S. Colon cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, because it usually starts as a non-cancerous growth called aSweeney Law FirmFailure to Diagnose Fainting SpellsSome fainting spells, also known as syncopal episodes, may be entirely normal and are typically caused by sudden emotional upset and lack of blood flow to the brain. Other fainting spells, however, may be the result of a medical condition and could be verSweeney Law FirmIntestinal Strangulation and Intestinal InfarctionIntestinal Strangulation The small intestines function to absorb usable nutrients from the food and fluids we ingest for supplying the building blocks of products all through the body. The large intestines perform minimal absorption functions. Large intesSweeney Law FirmIntrauterine Fetal DemiseThe reason for intrauterine fetal demise is unclear in 25% to 60% of cases. Usually fetal demise is given different names depending on the gestational growth weeks the fetus was at. Miscarriage is the term often used when a fetus has died before 20 weeks Sweeney Law FirmOsteomyelitis or Infection of the BoneOsteomyelitis is the infection of the bone or bone marrow or inflammation of the bone due to infection. Patients with osteomyelitis typically experience deep pain and muscle spasms in the inflammation area, as well as fever.  Bone infections or osteomyeliSweeney Law FirmPulmonary Embolism and Deep Vein Thrombosis  A pulmonary embolism is a blood clot that lodges in pulmonary blood vessel(s). The clot is usually largish in size as they form in the large veins of the thigh. The clots can also lodge in the leg veins where it causes a similar medical emergency with sSweeney Law FirmSmall Bowel Obstruction and Medical Malpractice  The small bowel is the proximal portion of the intestine distal to the stomach, comprising the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum. A small bowel obstruction or  a small intestinal obstruction is either a mechanical or functional blockage of the intestinal tra