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— A Mississippi man was awarded more than $1.4 million in damages for injuries suffered during unnecessary brain surgery. Charles Connetti sued the doctors at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport and Charity Hospital in New Orleans in 2001. Surgeon Michael Lowry and radiologist Michael Diaz were accused of causing permanent neurological damage to Mr. Connetti. Dr. Lowry performed the surgery to remove a cyst. The cyst was in the brain of another patient, who later died.
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