This case takes place in New Mexico and involves a male patient who underwent surgery to repair a penile deformity. The patient was discharged the day after the surgery with no instructions on wound care. A follow-up appointment was scheduled, however the appointment was postponed by the surgeon to a date several weeks in the future. During this time, the patient developed severe pain and an inability to pass urine normally. The patient was eventually seen by the urologist who preformed the procedure, who noted the presence of necrotic tissue upon physical examination of the patient’s penis. The patient went to another hospital immediately and underwent emergency corrective surgery. He endured multiple procedures to remove the necrotic skin, which required extensive grafts taken from other locations on his body to repair. The patient also had to see a psychiatrist and was prescribed Zoloft after being left with severe PTSD from the multiple surgical procedures and the injuries he had endured. It is alleged that the urologist did not explain the side effects or potential complications of the original procedure before the patient consented to surgery.