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News: A newborn boy exhibited extremely low blood-sugar levels and was diagnosed with intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR). Neither a CT scan nor an MRI were ordered, and the baby was discharged within 24 hours of his birth. Three days later, the parents realized something was wrong with their child. A CT scan and MRI showed that the baby had intercranial bleeding and brain damage.

Legal Review & Commentary: Premature discharge of baby leads to $1.77 million Texas verdict