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Doctor In The House (1946)

know that. A girl of twenty comes to you complaining of gaining weight. What do you do?'
This was the sort of question I disliked. There were so many things one could do my thoughts jostled into each other like a rugger scrum and became confused and unindentifiable.
'I-I would ask if she was pregnant,' I said.
`Good God, man ! Do you go about asking all the girls you know if they're pregnant? What hospital d'you come from?'
`St Swithin's, sir,' I said, as though admitting an illegitimate parentage.
`I should have thought so ! Now try again.'
I rallied my thoughts and stumbled through the answer. The examiner sat looking past me at the opposite wall, acknowledging my presence only by grunting at intervals.
The bell rang and I moved into the adjoining chair, facing The Times. The newspaper rustled and was set down, revealing a mild, youngish-looking man in large spectacles with a perpetual look of faint surprise on his face. He looked at me as if he was surprised to see me there, and every answer I made was received with the same expression. I found this most disheartening.
The examiner pushed across the green baize a small sealed glass pot from a pathology museum, in which a piece of meat like the remains of a Sunday joint floated in spirit.
`What's that?' he asked.
I picked up the bottle and examined it carefully. By now I knew the technique for pathological specimens of this kind. The first thing to do was turn them upside down, as their identity was often to be found on. a label on the bottom. If

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