Where, before an allegation has been determined by the case examiners1 or referred to the investigation committee or the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) for them to arrange for it to be determined by a medical practitioners tribunal2, the registrar3 considers it appropriate to do so, the registrar may refer the allegation to the case examiners for consideration under this provision4.
If after considering the allegation5 it appears to the case examiners that the practitioner's6 fitness to practise is impaired or the practitioner suffers from a continuing or episodic physical or mental condition which, although in
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