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Doctor In The House (1946)

been examined. I knew Benskin had been in early and looked for him in the hall to ask what there was upstairs.
`There's an asthma in a red scarf, old boy,' he said helpfully. `And an old man with emphysema just behind the door as you go in-if you get him be sure to examine his abdomen, he's got a couple of hernias thrown in.'
I made a mental note of it.
`Then there's a little girl with a patent ductus-you can't miss her, she's the only child in the room. Oh, and a woman with burnt-out tabes. He'll ask you what treatment you'd give her, and he expects the answer "None".'
I nodded, thanked him, and made my way to the examination room.
My first impression of the clinical examination was of a doctor's surgery gone into mass-production. Patients were scattered across the room on couches, beds, and wheel-chairs, the men divided from the women by screens across the centre. They were in all stages of undress and examination. Circulating busily between them were a dozen or so nurses, examiners in white coats, and unhappy students dangling their stethoscopes behind them like the tails of whipped puppies.
I was directed to a pleasant, tubby little examiner.
`Hello, my lad,' he began genially. `Where are you from? Swithin's, eh? When are you chaps going to win the rugger cup? Go and amuse yourself with that nice young lady in the corner and I'll be back in twenty minutes.'
She was indeed a nice young lady. A redhead with a figure out of Esquire.
`Good morning,' I said with a professional smile.
`Good morning,' she returned brightly.
`Would you mind telling me your name?' I asked politely.

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