A Manhattan hospital facing a medical malpractice action cannot withhold an e-mail sent by a surgeon to another doctor criticizing the post-operative care that allegedly contributed to the death of an elderly woman, a state judge has ruled.

Despite successful hip surgery at New York Downtown Hospital on Dec. 3, 2008, 89-year-old Rose Lowenthal died from post-operative developments two days later.

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