This case involves a woman in Arizona who underwent a robotic-assisted hysterectomy in order to treat an abnormal carcinoma of her cervix. During the procedure, she suffered injuries to both of her ureters which remained undiagnosed for over a week following the operation. In order to treat these injuries, the patient underwent ureteral stenting. After multiple attempts to insert the catheters over the next few months, she suffered a massive stroke and underwent an emergent decompression. As a result of injuries caused by the stroke, she was admitted to a long-term care facility with little hope for significant recovery. It was alleged that the initial ureter injuries suffered during her robotic-assisted hysterectomy were the cause of her eventual stroke.