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<p> In 2012, a 52-year-old woman was in an automobile collision and was taken to a hospital. A CT scan indicated that the patient suffered serious injuries, which included three spinal fractures, three fractured ribs, bruises to her brain, air in her cervical spine, and fluid around her lungs.</p>

No Liability for Spine Stabilization Surgery Without Intraop Neurophysiological Monitoring