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In Brief: Doctors questioned over surgery

In Brief: Doctors questioned over surgery

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Municipal Court deputy prosecutor on Monday questioned two surgeons who

disfigured the right side of a patient's face during botched ear

surgery last year, after the victim filed complaints against the pair.

Nhem Tyhem Marin, 59, a former high school teacher, filed a complaint

May 11 against Ly Bunchhoeun, a nose, throat and ear surgeon at Preah

Ang Duong Hospital, and Duong Chheak, a surgeon at Calmette Hospital,

seeking $100,000 in compensation.

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