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HomeNewsUK NewsAlder Hey hospital”Cheeky and mischievous” three year old died after surgeon mistakenly ‘cut her arteries’ during cancer operationCaitlyn Parry’s grieving mum, Sian, said: “I think I might have woken every child in the hospital by screaming when she died”ByTom BelgerSophie Evans13:24, 8 OCT 2017Updated13:32, 8 OCT 2017Little Caitlyn Parry died in hospital seven years ago (Image: Liverpool Echo) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA mum has described how she screamed loudly as her three year old daughter died after a surgeon mistakenly “cut her arteries” during a cancer operation.Sian Parry, 37, says she knew her “mischievous” and “cheeky” little girl, Caitlyn, “was gone” when medics took her into intensive care and said she was “critical”.The lively youngster had gone in for surgery to remove a Wilms’ tumour, a type of kidney cancer she had been diagnosed with just a month earlier, the Liverpool Echo reports.However, she passed away after two of her major arteries were divided during the operation seven years ago, an Alder Hey hospital report in 2010 found.The hospital in Liverpool has apologised over the death of “happy soul” Caitlyn. It has admitted failures in care and agreed a settlement with her family, according to the Echo.Mum Sian said she was still suffering from the tragic loss of her daughter in March 2010.’Beautiful and dedicated’ teacher, 29, who danced all night on her wedding day dies just 76 hours after tying knotShe alleged she had been forced to fight the hospital after her child’s death, and seek legal help to get the full story and an apology over what happened.”She didn’t die from cancer she died from a surgeon that cut her arteries,” she claimed.”When they took her into intensive care and said she was critical, I knew she was gone.”And I think I might have woken every child in the hospital by screaming when she died.The mum, from Mold, North Wales, added: “She was just at the beginning of her life, a cheeky, mischievous, happy soul and a lively character.”Little Caitlyn was diagnosed with cancer in February that year. Sian said her daughter had seemed to be coping okay with chemotherapy following the shock diagnosis.Woman, 31, whose GP thought stomach pain was ‘constipation’ is finally diagnosed with bowel cancer”I’d been concerned about her from about six months old, as her heart was racing at night, she was always thirsty and her chicken pox left a purple bruise,” she said.”But I was told I was being over anxious.”Eventually I put my foot down and got a scan replica chloe in February.”She claimed: “After the surgery and with more chemotherapy planned, they had said she’d be 97 98% towards being clear of it.”.

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