Do I have a medical malpractice case against my PCP and endocrinologist for not treating my high calcium level?

Question Details: My endocrinologist have ignored blood work showing I had high calcium for over 10 years. My PCP have known of my high calcium level for 4 years. I had a cyst removed from my sub-mandibular gland 5 months ago and on my post-op checkup, I mention to my ENT that my calcium level have been high for over 10 years. She had blood work done and when I went back for the results, she ordered an ultrasound and parathyroid uptake scan. After the results were in, she informed me that a tumor was on my right parathyroid gland and I needed surgery. As a result of the Endocrinologist negligence, the high calcium may have affect my kidneys and other symptoms of hyperparathyroidism.

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