A/Prof Andrew Brooks
After my first consultation with you, you wrote to my GP, “His urodynamic study indicates the high pressure-low flow rate indicative of bladder outflow obstruction.” “He has quite a marked degree of prostatic hyperplasia at 62 mls.”
Are you yet prepared to release a copy of the “urodynamic study” on which you based these comments? – I note that you haven’t been prepared to do so in the past, despite the many requests sent to you, and despite the fact that I’m entitled to receive one, by law.
It seems to me that it may have been faulty, leading you to make an erroneous diagnosis and a recommendation as to treatment for the “frequency problem” I was experiencing and which I’d been referred to you for help with, and which, when carried out, FAILED COMPLETELY!
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