Medical malpractice case involving improper performance of a hysterectomy. The surgery caused a vesico-vaginal fistula (continuous an involuntary discharge of urine into the vagina) which the OB-GYN failed to detect during the hysterectomy. The OB-GYN attempted to correct it on her own without involving a urologist or other specialist. This resulted in a delay in treating and correcting the fistula. The patient leaked urine continuously for several months before a urologist corrected the condition.