• Report: #1010831

Complaint Review: Mayo Clinic Department of General Internal Medicine Rochester MN

  • Submitted: Fri, February 08, 2013
  • Updated: Sat, February 09, 2013

  • Reported By: MD — Cleveland Ohio U.S.A.
Mayo Clinic Department of General Internal Medicine Rochester MN
200First St SW Rochester, Minnesota United States of America

Mayo Clinic Department of General Internal Medicine Rochester MN John B. Bundrick MD allowing hundreds to thousands of unnecessary neurectomies without Medical Consultation, workup, Carnett's test or injection of abdominal nerve entrapment problem - known since 1999 that Mayo Clinic w Rochester, Minnesota

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John Bundrick MD is allowing that colleagues at Mayo Clinic do unnecessary neurectomies on patients without proper Medical Consultation, workup, labs, or Carnett's test - without a trial of conservatively management with an injection.  Dr. Michael Sarr, and the General Surgical Department at Mayo Clinic, is allowed to take patients to surgery without consultations, without Carnett's test, without offering all surgical & non-surgical options - since 1998 at least.  With the Mayo Clinic publishing otherwise.

This has been going on since 1998, and the Medical Board of Minnesota was informed of the problem in 1999.  Recently the Medical Board of MN has been given the articles on this, including Dr. Bundrick's article, and advised that the problem is continuing and that Mayo Clinic needs to 'undo' all of these unnecessary surgeries where muscles were cut and superficial abdominal nerves removed for money.  They are restudying the problem - but in the meantime no patient should be undergoing a neurectomy at ANY Mayo Clinic Hospital.

What the Mayo Clinic publishes, the Mayo Clinic should do.  Certainly the Mayo Clinic should not have been doing this even in 1998. 

But Jill Smith was informed that this procedure needed to be undone in one patient about 2 weeks after it happened in 1998.  That it didn't go along with the surgical literature.  She sat on it for her job as Chief Legal Counsel at Mayo Clinic.

The Mayo Clinic needs to stop neurectomies - a procedure that went out in 1926.  And to repair all patients mutilated with this procedure in the last 20 years.  Dr. Bundrick needs to review any surgical procedure where a neurectomy, or neuroma, is involved - pre-operatively. 

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