This case involves a woman who allegedly suffered a delayed diagnosis of treatable cancer due to a failure to follow up on suspicious imaging studies. The woman initially presented to her primary care physician with complaints of abdominal pain, cramping, and constipation. The doctor ordered an ultrasound, which the patient had done a few days after her initial appointment. The report from the ultrasound indicated the presence of a suspicious finding on the patient’s small intestine. The report recommended that the patient undergo additional testing, however this was never done, despite the fact that the patient was seen by her gynecologist just a few weeks later, who also was given the report on the patient’s ultrasound results. Two years later, the patient was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.