Patient was unable to gas or poop after doctor made a big mistake


A PATINT is unable to pass gas or poop after a doctor makes a big mistake during colon surgery.

The doctor now faces possible revocation or suspension of his medical license as a result of his actions.


A complaint has been lodged against the doctorCredit: Getty Images – Getty

The doctor, identified as Scott Zenoni, allegedly operated on the wrong end of a patient’s colon, according to an administrative complaint filed with the Florida Department of Health.

Zenoni has been licensed in the state of Florida since Nov. 26, 2013, according to an online profile with the Florida Department of Health.

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He is certified in surgery and surgical critical care by the American Board of Surgery.

According to the complaint, the patient – identified only as MG – entered the hospital on September 30, 2020 with a skin wound on his lower back.

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The wound did not heal and was “aggravated by contamination with feces”, according to the complaint.

According to the complaint, Zenoni would operate on the patient on October 8, 2020 and perform a “diversion colostomy procedure that would divert the fecal steam and allow the sacral wound to heal”.

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But the procedure backfired when Zenoni “accidentally rerouted the wrong end of patient MW’s colon.”

As a result of the failed procedure, the patient was unable to gas or defecate.

A CT scan revealed the problem 12 days after the procedure was done.

Zenoni then operated on October 21, 2020 and corrected the issue and the issues that arose as a result.

The complaint states that Zenoni did not “properly perform” the initial procedure on the patient’s colon.

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The first complaint was filed on August 23, 2021, but an amended version was filed last week on September 13.

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Zenoni may face permanent revocation or suspension of its license.

His licensure status remains clear and active as of this writing, according to his online profile.


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