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Having practiced emergency medicine for 18 years, Dr. Shadi Sabbagh said he never thought his job, while strenuous, would result in serious injury to himself.The head of the Lebanese Order of Physicians Dr. Raymond Sayegh Wednesday condemned the attack on Sabbagh, who is the chief of ER at Beirut's Hotel Dieu Hospital, calling it a "severe and brutal beating ... without any reason or justification". The syndicate head said that the attack had left Sabbagh with severe injuries and fractures to the face, chest, ear and knee, and that a forensic doctor had ordered him to stop working for one month. Sabbagh replied that the man's father would have to remain in hospital until the results of medical tests were released.Sabbagh said the father had participated in the assault.
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