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We respect your privacy. ALL email addresses you provide will be used just for sending this story. The state medical board's report on Leonard Kurian, an obstetrician-gynecologist in Southern California, tells in stark clinical detail what it says happened to several patients in his care. And it's not easy to read. The report describes the time Kurian surgically removed the wrong ovary from a year-old woman, a mistake the patient only learned about weeks later when, still in pain, she went for more tests. The good ovary was missing, and the cystic one was still inside her.

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Walking along the narrow dusty trail the lady approaching appears to be struggling. She is limping. Her face is contorted with pain as she fights to make the distance to where the pop-up clinic is situated under the shade of the leafy green mango trees.
By Mark Duell for MailOnline. A businessman was today jailed for six years over the death of his partner of five years following a drug and drink-fuelled bondage session at a holiday resort. He fell asleep while she was still restrained at the Herons Lake Retreat and she suffocated to death. Coulton found her dead when he woke up but fled the scene. Mold Crown Court heard Coulton, who was an operations manager at a window and office cleaning business, had put a pink sock in her mouth and may have taped it up.