Do I have a case against a surgeon for telling me that my abdomen pain was in my head when if fact it was a medical condition?

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During a consult with full medical record copies of all test's, a surgeon told me that pain in abdomen was in my head sending note to general M.D. for psychiatrist in front of my husband. This made me very upset stating there isn't anything wrong medically just mentally. Hard concrete evidence that I have diverticulitis, hiatal hernia and an interstitial cyst. Defamation of character? Malpractice? Primary doctor says surgeon is wrong; we have clear evidence of medical acute conditions.

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