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If all doctors were like Dr Diner, there would be no complaints about the medical profession! After receiving a CT Scan, renal cell carcinoma was diagnosed by the radiologist. Dr Diner spent over 2 hrs discussing this with me and reviewing films. A surgery date was set to remove a tumor on my right kidney. As it turns out the tumor was benign. Dr Diner performed robotic surgery and within a week I was just about as good as new. This doctor is compassionate, caring and attentive; I would recommend him highly

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I am 67 and had 3 previous bladder surgeries for incontinency over a 20yr period. Dr Diner performed a 4th surgery on me April 28th. It is the first one that worked! I am so fortunate. This surgery has changed the quality of my life. God Bless Dr Diner!Judy in St Pete

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flag | Submitted Aug. 19, 2009

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I went there for an "enlarged testicle". Well, he gave me the flashlight test, felt for potential hernias, found one, and concluded that I had an inguinal hernia, resulting in additional fluid in the scrotum, making my testicle appear too large. Then he sent me for hernia surgery. $3000 later, the testicle was still too big (the hernia was apparently really there, but nothing protruded into the scrotum). Re-examination then led him to conclude I had a hydracele (sac of water around testicle). At that point I did not really trust him anymore and went for a scrotal sonogram (which he should have recommended in the first place before ordering surgery-due diligence!!). The sonogram proved him wrong again. I had a spermatocele (benign cyst on testicle). Well, I thought, If he cuts as fast as he diagnoses, I might loose a testicle..he..he...i.e. I went to see another doctor for surgery. I think this doc still needs to practice on a few courageous patient before being ready for prime time!!!

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flag | Submitted Nov. 7, 2007


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