Dr Jim Rodger, medical adviser at the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland, said:
"Dr Keilloh is extremely disappointed at the decision of this Fitness to Practise Panel and he will need time to consider the implications of this erasure and his future course of action.
He would like to say how much he appreciated the wealth of support he has received from his family, patients, colleagues and friends.
This support has helped him through these very prolonged and difficult hearings and hopefully will continue to support him in the future."
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