A doctor looked at a picture of a patient's breasts and carried out a "sexually motivated" examination, it is claimed.
Dr Balamurali Krishnan Loganathan, who worked at Ninewells hospital in Dundee, faces charges he looked at pictures "for longer than required".
He also carried out a "sexually motivated" examination of her legs and feet, it is alleged.
In 2008, the same doctor received a warning to "refrain from any form of physical contact which his colleagues may find offensive".
Dr Krishnan Loganathan will face a hearing at the General Medical Council (GMC) later this month.
NHS Tayside said Dr Loganathan no longer worked at Ninewells.
The alleged misconduct occurred when he was an employee of Dundee University working on a contract for NHS Tayside.
A spokesman for Dundee University said: "He resigned from the university in June last year following a lengthy suspension while the NHS investigated claims against him."
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