This case involves a middle-aged female patient in Connecticut who underwent a robotic-assisted hysterectomy in order to treat uterine fibroids. During the procedure, the operating physician reportedly encountered no difficulties or complications and, consequently, closed the patient and sent her for recovery. After only a few hours, the patient began experiencing abdominal pain, swelling, as well as an increased heart rate. After several hours of further observation, during which the patient failed to produce any urine. After a consultation with urology was obtained the patient was sent back to surgery for emergency repair of her ureter, however the patient continues to suffer from kidney failure as a result of her injuries.