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Doctor In The House (1946)

about the size of an orange and tucked under the edge of the ribs. We lined up and felt it one after the other, while Sir Lancelot looked on closely and corrected anyone going about it the wrong way. Then he pulled a red grease-pencil from the top pocket of his coat and handed it to me.
`Where are we going to make the incision?' he asked. By now the patient was forgotten; it was the lump we were after. Sir Lancelot had an upsetting habit of treating the owners of lumps as if they were already rendered unconscious by the anaesthetic.
I drew a modest line over the lesion.
`Keyhole surgery!' said Sir Lancelot with contempt. `Damnable ! Give me the pencil!' He snatched it away. `This, gentlemen, will be our incision.'
He drew a broad, decisive, red sweep from the patient's ribs to below his umbilicus.
`We will open the patient like that. Then we can have a good look inside. It's no good rummaging round an abdomen if you can't get your hand in comfortably. What do we do then? Right-take a better look at the lump we've been feeling. Do you think it's going to be easy to remove?' he asked me, gripping my arm again.
`No, sir.'
'Correct-it's going to be most difficult. And dangerous. There are at least a dozen ways in which we can make a slight error-even though we are experienced surgeonsand kill the patient like that!' He snapped his fingers frighteningly.
'Now!' He tapped the abdomen with his pencil as if knocking for admission. `When we have cut through the skin what is the next structure we shall meet? Come on, you fellers. You've done your anatomy more recently than I

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