Skip to comments.Woman left Brain Damaged after Cosmetic Surgery
Posted on 05/21/2018 4:25:10 PM PDT by Cecily
With her wedding just two months away, Icilma Cornelius arrived at the Lilburn office of Dr. Windell Boutte to prepare for her special day.
The 54-year-old bride-to-be came to the doctors full-service medical spa and cosmetic surgery center for Botox and another anti-wrinkle treatment. While there, the staff recommended cosmetic surgery that could give her a flat stomach before she married. Cornelius agreed to the surgical makeover by Boutte, whose website promotes the doctor as nationally and internationally known and a doctor to the stars!
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Nice she has such a uniquely Google-able name.
So, that’s why so many of those movie and TV celebrities are so stupid.
I was wondering what caused it.
The video left me speechless.
The office wasn't equipped to handle the medical emergency, so they called 911.
Paramedics arrived and re-started her heart, then had to wait while Dr. Boutte sutured the patient's incisions.
Then, when that was done, they found out they couldn't fit the stretcher in the elevator, so they had to carry the patient downstairs. From the looks of her, the patient probably weighs at least 220 lb.
She survived the trip to the hospital, but she had permanent brain damage as a result of cerebral oxygen starvation.
She was reported by another physician to Georgia's medical licensing board in 2016, but she continues to practice, calling herself "Atlanta's leading cosmetic surgeon."
She spells her name with an accent — Boutté — bootay!
She touts her abilities on YouTube:
Kind of like her patient in this case.
He doesn't do noses,boobs (except for cancer patients) or any "cosmetic" stuff.
Stars get the sh*ttiest treatment.
I was an intern and a resident in Manhattan, and I saw it all the time.
That was disturbing.
Is she related to John Bigbooté, of the Red Lectroid Bootés?
According to the AJC article, her Youtube videos — singing and dancing before and during surgical procedures — were used against her in previous malpractice suits.
Trauma surgery is one thing, but elective surgery is insanity!
BTW, a thread a couple of days about Wilderstein declaring bankruptcy 19 years after getting a 2.5 billion (?) divorce settlement was pulled. I wonder why. There didn't seem anything controversial about it.
Maybe the patient is not certifiably blond.
Surgery always carries a risk. Botox especially has been known to mess people up badly.
Also from the other comments from folks apparently she was pretty overweight, and being under anesthesia when you are realy fat is very, very dangerous because its harder to find and maintain a proper dose. I am guesing since she was oxygen starved they will be looking hard at the anesthesiologist’s records.
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