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Doctor In The House (1946)

whole diluted thoroughly by a mob of pale, fairly indifferent, untidy-looking British students conversing in accents from the Welsh valleys to Stirlingshire.
An examination is nothing more than an investigation of man's knowledge, conducted in a way that the authorities have found to be the most fair and convenient to both sides. But the medical student cannot see it in this light. Examinations touch off his fighting spirit; they are a straight contest between himself and the examiners, conducted on wellestablished rules for both, and he goes at them like a prizefighter.
There is rarely any frank cheating in medical examinations, but the candidates spend almost as much time over the technical details of the contest as they do learning general medicine from their textbooks. We found the papers set for the past ten years in the hospital library, and the five of us carefully went through the questions.
`It's no good wasting time on pneumonia, infant diarrhoea, or appendicitis,' Benskin said. `They were asked last time. I shouldn't think it's worth learning about T.B. either, it's come up twice in the past three years.'
We all agreed that it was unnecessary to equip ourselves with any knowledge of the most frequent serious illnesses we would come across in practice.
`I tell you what we ought to look up,' said Evans. 'Torulosis.'
`Never heard of it,' Benskin said.
`It's pretty rare. But I see that old Macready-Jones is examining this time, and it's his speciality. He has written a lot of stuff about it in the B.M.J. and the Lancet. He might quite easily pop a question in.'
'All right' I said. 'I'll look it up in the library tomorrow.'

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