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  1. Texas neurosurgeon nicknamed ‘Dr ... - The Washington Post

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    When Mary Efurd woke from her surgery, she couldn’t stand. Crippling pain shot through the 74-year-old’s body. It shouldn’t be like this. The surgery to fuse two of her vertebrae, performed ...

  2. He deliberately drilled into muscles, twisted screws in when ...

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    MARY Efurd awoke from her operation screaming. The pain was beyond agonising, and she realised with horror that she could no longer move her legs. Her surgeon had claimed that the operation would...

  3. Former neurosurgeon sentenced for purposely maiming patients ...

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    Victim Mary Efurd testified in the case. Duntsch botched her spinal surgery in 2012 – a procedure that has left her wheelchair bound. Prosecutors say Duntsch was malicious and reckless while he...

  4. What you need to know about 'Dr. Death,' Dallas neurosurgeon ...

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    That victim, Mary Efurd, was 74 in 2012 when she went under Duntsch's knife and lost a third of her blood and the full use of her legs. (KXAS-TV (NBC5)) A new podcast series highlights the story of...

    • Texas neurosurgeon nicknamed ‘Dr. Death’ found guilty of maiming woman during surgery
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    • He deliberately drilled into muscles, twisted screws in when they weren't needed and brutally slashed nerves... the chilling true story of how 'Dr Death' maimed 32 of his patients on purpose
      He deliberately drilled into muscles, twisted screws in when they weren't needed and brutally slashed nerves... the chilling true story of how 'Dr Death' maimed 32 of his patients on purpose
      thesun.co.uk
    • A podcast called ‘Dr Death’ reveals the grim details of how a neurosurgeon maimed his victims
      news.com.au
    • 'Dr. Death': Texas Neurosurgeon Gets Life in Prison for Botched Surgery
      'Dr. Death': Texas Neurosurgeon Gets Life in Prison for Botched Surgery
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  5. Dallas doctor in botched surgeries found guilty of injury to ...

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    They found Duntsch guilty of first-degree felony injury to an elderly person in the botched 2012 surgery that put Mary Efurd in a wheelchair and left her in constant pain. Duntsch showed no emotion...

  6. This May Be the Most Horrifying Surgery Story You’ve Ever ...

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    The patient’s name was Mary Efurd. She was an active 71-year-old who’d sought Duntsch’s help because back pain was keeping her off her treadmill.

  7. Dallas surgeon may face life after jury finds him guilty of ...

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    That victim, Mary Efurd, was 74 years old in 2012 when she went under Duntsch's knife and lost a third of her blood and the use of her leg. "I trusted him," Efurd testified two weeks ago. "I...

  8. Mary Turner Harp Efurd Obituary - Columbus, GA

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    Mary Turner Harp Efurd was born March 1, 1947 in Dothan, Alabama to the late Albert and Doris Harp. Mrs. Efurd was retired from St. Francis Hospital after 33 years of service.

  9. Exclusive: New lawsuit faults Baylor Plano for putting ...

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    On July 25, 2012, Duntsch operated on Mary Efurd at Dallas Medical Center, attempting a posterior lumbar interbody fusion — a procedure that involves the insertion of a bone graft into the space...

  10. Christopher Duntsch - Wikipedia

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    Soon afterward, Baylor forced his resignation. Duntsch then moved on to Dallas Medical Center in Farmers Branch, where he was employed for less than a week before he was dismissed by administrators after the death of another patient, Floella Brown, and the maiming of another, Mary Efurd.