Man sues Conn. hospital over erection treatment

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    NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A bus driver has sued a Connecticut hospital, saying staff at an affiliated facility failed to promptly and properly treat his painful erection and watched a baseball game on television while he waited.

    Daren Scott of Brockton, Mass., is seeking $2 million in his federal lawsuit against Yale-New Haven Hospital. The lawsuit says Scott was diagnosed before the incident with recurrent priapism, a persistent painful erection unrelated to sexual stimulation.

    Scott was driving customers from Boston to New York on April 17, 2009, when he suffered a persistent and disabling erection....

    Man sues Conn. hospital over erection treatment - BostonHerald.com
     
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    That's a medical emergency with some pretty nasty complications. If they didn't immediately take him back for treatment, and didn't call in a urologist, then they're at fault.

    I hope he wins the suit.
     

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