Is an undiagnosed condition malpractice?

Question Details: For over 6 months up to a year, my 2 year old daughter had been constipated. We would go to the pediatrician or call them over 2-3 times a week. She was clearly in pain and her doctor had told us to up the Mirilax over and over again. We finally had enough of the same answer and went to the ER and demanded scans. Well it turns out that she actually had 2 massive cancerous tumors growing off her tailbone that prevented her from having normal bowel movements or urination. It's been 3 months now and after 4 rounds of chemo and a major resection surgery she is tumor and cancer free. Is there a case for malpractice or some type of neglect. We were basically told that we were new parents and sometimes kids act funny when they poop.

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