Nagoya University hospital admits responsibility for gauze left in woman’s body during 1970s operation

NAGOYA – Nagoya University Hospital said Wednesday one of its surgical teams left gauze inside a woman’s body during an operation carried out 44 years ago. The patient, an Aichi Prefecture resident now in her 80s, complained of stomach pain for many …
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