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Adjourning the case for a pre-sentence report, Judge Farrer told Bramhall: 'For reasons that you are aware of, I am not going to sentence you today.'The prosecution need to do further work.
Bramhall, who appeared in the dock wearing a pink shirt and dark suit, was granted unconditional bail and will be sentenced on January 12.
The incidents took place while he worked at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, where he was a liver, spleen and pancreatic surgeon for 12 years.
A surgeon has admitted marking his initials on the livers of two patients during transplant operations.
Consultant Simon Bramhall, 53, pleaded guilty to a charge of assault by beating at Birmingham Crown Court after being accused of branding one man and one woman's livers with 'SB' during transplant surgery in 2013.
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