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Professor Williams: The Lying Surgeon

September 12th, 2007

Professor Williams of the Royal London, Centre for Academic Surgery and Queen Mary’s University told me there was “no treatment” for rectal intessusception (internal rectal prolapse where the wall or part of the wall of the rectum comes away from it’s attachments).

This is a lie though I am not exactly sure why he lied. The most likely reason seems to be the medical negligence of his esteemed colleague Prof Parveen Kumar, former President of the BMA. Some of the test Williams was eventually leveraged into doing certainly proved she got it wrong in February 2005.

Back then she shoved her finger up my Jacksy (conducted a rectal exam), made me scream in agony, and told me everything was fine though I’d never recover (the incoherence of these statements seemed to pass her by).

The medical euphemism for what he did is “Professor Williams decided (I) was not a suitable canditate for surgery”. It’s not what he said to me. To me, he said “We don’t know why it happens and there is no treatment for it”.

There are in fact several non-surgical and several surgical interventions. None were discussed with me and he discharged me from his clinic after wasting nine months of my time by slowing investigations he promised to complete in a month.

He actually invented the latest less-invasive surgical technique – see below* – so there is no excuse for his lies.

He continues to lie however now telling my MP he “explained” to me in surgery that which he did not. The Public Accounts Committe were right. Doctors remain unnaccountable for their actions.

There is no way anyone is going to push this guy into admitting his lies and other negative actions and My MP, Lyn Brown, has to accept what she knows is a downright lie without further questioning, I guess my only hope of any justice, once again, is “publish and be damned”.

This was my attitude last year but after the debacle with the Medical (in)Defence(able) Union I decided to take it easy and back off, leave the Doctors alone, in the hope I would be given the right help. Prof Williams has proven to me that acquiesence only leads to being taken the piss out of. I’m afraid I have had enough of that.

It’s not surprising though. After all, when he first met me in clinic he said “we don’t normally do anything for people like you”. My crime? I’m a victim of paedophiles. Man I must be made of dirt. Thank the lord there are good people like Professor Williams to put me right and keep society safe from “people like me”.

I think we can all be grateful that Professor Williams is on the Board of The Royal College of Surgeons. At least medicine is safe in the hands of such an honest man. Sorry. I mean complete bare faced liar.

*From Pubmed:
Dench JE, Scott SM, Lunniss PJ, Dvorkin LS, Williams.

Centre for Academic Surgery, GI Physiology Unit, The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, London, United Kingdom.

PURPOSE: Internal rectal prolapse has been proposed as a cause of symptomatic rectal evacuatory dysfunction. Abdominal rectopexy, the standard surgical approach, has significant attendant risk and does not address any concomitant rectocele. This video was designed to demonstrate a novel surgical method that uses porcine collagen implants (Permacol), designed to correct internal rectal prolapse, with or without rectocele. METHODS: Inclusion criteria: severe rectal evacuatory dysfunction refractory to maximal conservative therapy and full-thickness internal rectal prolapse impeding rectal emptying on defecography with or without associated functional rectocoele; normal colonic transit. Patients undergo comprehensive preoperative and postoperative symptomatic assessment and anorectal physiologic testing, including defecography. A crescenteric perineal skin incision allows development of the rectovaginal/rectoprostatic plane to Denonvilliers fascia, with rectal mobilization. A curved tunneller inserted via the perineal wound is guided retropubically to emerge through suprapubic wounds created on each side. Permacol T-strips are sutured to the anterolateral rectal wall bilaterally, upward traction exerted, and the stem of each T-strip is sutured to the suprapubic periosteum, suspending the rectum. Concomitant rectocele is repaired using a Permacol patch in the rectovaginal plane. RESULTS: Short-term results for the “Express” are encouraging with improvement in evacuatory and prolapse symptoms and concomitant anatomic improvement at defecography. CONCLUSIONS: This procedure promises to be an effective technique for managing patients with refractory evacuatory dysfunction secondary to internal rectal prolapse, with or without rectocele.

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