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Doctor In The House (1946)

two years in the rooms ... so I wondered what was up. After all, patients don't get embarrassed over gallstones. It's only piles and things like that, and even then it's never the old ladies who are coy but the tough young men. Remember that bit of advice, gentlemen.... Come on, Stubbins, wake up ! You're as useless as an udder on a bull.'
He produced the appendix from the wound like a bird pulling a worm from the ground, and laid it and the attached intestine on a little square of gauze.
`Then the old lady said to me, "As a matter of fact, Sir Lancelot, I've been passing them all month. . . ." Don't lean on the patient, Stubbins ! If I'm not tired you shouldn't be, and I can give you forty or fifty years, my lad.
`So now we come to the interesting part of the story. She showed me a little box, like those things you send out pieces of wedding cake in.... Sister! What in the name of God are you threading your needles with? This isn't catgut, it's rope. What's that, woman?' He leant the red ear that stuck out below his cap towards her. `Speak up, don't mutter to yourself. I'm not being rude, damn you ! I'm never rude in the theatre. All right, tell your Matron, but give us a decent ligature. That's more like it. Swab, man, swab. Stubbins, did I ever tell you about the Matron when she was a junior theatre nurse? She had a terrible crush on a fellow housesurgeon of mine-chap called Bungo Ross, used to drink like a fish and a devil for the women. Became a respected G.P. in Bognor or somewhere. Died last year. I wrote a damn good obituary for him in the British Medical Journal. I'm tying off the appendicular artery, gentlemen. See? What's that, Stubbins? Oh, the old lady. Cherry stones.'
He tossed the appendix into a small enamel bowl held for him by Stubbins.

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