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Doctor In The House (1946)

heart. `Ask the junior probationer,' she suggested brusquely. `It's her job. She's in the sluice-room cleaning the bedpans.'
I thanked her humbly and went to look for my helpmeet. She was a worried-looking girl of about eighteen who was busy polishing a pile of metal bedpans as if they were the family silver.
`Will you please be my chaperone?' I asked meekly.
She pushed a lock of straw-coloured hair out of her eyes wearily.
`I suppose so,' she said. `If I have to.'
We went back into the ward together and gathered some screens round the stout blonde's bed. The probationer stood opposite me with a look of contempt on her face for my inexpert manipulations while I examined the blonde's tongue, her eyes, and her teeth. I stuck my stethoscope warily here and there on her chest, though the noises were as uninformative to my ears as the sound of sea on a distant shore.
Taking the earpieces out I said 'Good!' as if I had completed my diagnosis.
`Aren't you going to examine my tummy?' asked the blonde with disappointment. `All the doctors examine my tummy. It's my tummy what's wrong.'
`Tomorrow,' I said firmly. `I have to go and operate.'
How could I tell her in front of the nurse I had not yet learned as far as the tummy?
Inspection, palpation, percussion, auscultation-the unalterable, ever-applicable tetrad. They were drummed into us like drill to recruits. Whatever part of the patient you examine, whatever disease you suspect, the four motions must be gone through in that order. You look first, then feel;

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