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I am sure this is frustrating.
The good news: there are probably not critical findings, or you would have been informed.
The other good news: the physician has no right to withhold the report from your primary care doctor or from you.
Put this request in writing, make it as a complaint, as that it be placed in your consultants chart, and send a copy to the practice manager or his hospital administrator.
This will get all sorts of action.
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There is no guarantee that this test was normal. Nor, is this the appropriate test
I would recommend that you have a "holter monitor" done. A stress test will show blockages but not arrhythmias.
Also, a thyroid abnormality is more likely to produce an arrhythmia than a blockage.
Get the holter. That will be definitive
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As I understand your question, it is "please explain a system that withholds important information from your GP."
As far as I can tell, you did not ask about further testing needed.
And, that would indeed depend on exam findings and findings on your test, not on a guess, which is why you need the information.
In fact, the answer is that there is no valid reason to withhold your reports.
That is true.
A letter in writing or simply a call to the practice administrator, or the medical board, will get this sorted out.
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