Dr Jackson survived the attack at her Hyndland surgery
A judge has ruled that a man who stabbed a Glasgow GP should continue to be held in psychiatric care.
Ian McGregor, 63, repeatedly stabbed Dr Helen Jackson at her surgery in the city's Hyndland Road in August 2007.
He was cleared of the attack in April after Lord Carloway ruled he was insane at the time.
On Thursday, the same judge sitting at the High Court in Edinburgh agreed with doctors that Mr McGregor should remain at a medium-security unit in Glasgow.
Health professionals told the court that Mr McGregor may need continued treatment for a number of years.
Mr McGregor's defence QC, Donald Findlay, said his client believed that "systematic attempts" were being made on his life by feeding him drugs.
"He is in a world which is, for him, a very, very difficult place to be," he said.
As Mr McGregor was about to leave court, he tried to complain about his drug treatment but Lord Carloway said he had no power to interfere with clinical decisions.