Once again a lower level medical employee challenged my diagnosis! I understand the perceived need of some who over step their assigned pay grade to prove they are "somebody" in the bureaucratic heavy VA system. My concern in the activity relates not only to myself but every Vet that uses the VA to care for their service connected conditions. In the employees' endeavor to "prove" their biased actions they never acknowledge the fact that a diagnoses is completed by Doctors with hopefully years of training and more years of OJT. Obviously there is more to this short note on a recent VA med visit which ended abruptly when I suggested the diagnose was confirmed in 2013 and made service connected by VA Docs in a board decision. In short instead of taking care of the Vet the employee wanted to disprove something of which they could never have Intel about but were willing to throw in their 2 cents and waste the scheduled yearly appointment time. I was polite and simply said that the conditions concerned information of a National Security/Emergency Operation aka Top Secret Assignment and I did not believe they had the clearance or need to know of the event. That person quickly left the exam room, and hopefully just to do their pay scale task and not ask silly questions of the Vets they are employed to take care of.