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Undetected brain abscess killed Elisha Langley

4 March 2014 Last updated at 21:49 GMT

A hospital surgeon has told an inquest a brain abscess may have been detected if a woman had told doctors she had a headache.

Elisha Langley, 20, who had learning difficulties, died in December 2012 from the undetected abscess.

Surgical director Merv Rees told the hearing Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital had now produced a "10-point action plan" following the death.

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