I encountered a "tough" medical check up the other day. Not about the patient but the form that I need to fill up. One particular part was rather odd, and I think if I were to show to a consultant, he'd scratch his head too.
It's like this:
And if I try to translate it (I'm trying my best), the questions are:
b) Any sound "beside and above" the heart
c) The location which the "beside and above the heart" sound from
d) Is ther any beating sound inside?
e) Exercise endurance test
First of all, I'm not too sure what test it means. But THE MOST BAFFLING question (actually "b" to "e" are all confusing) should be "d" - or I should call it an award-winning question.
"Is there any beating sound inside?"
Is it that the expected answer should be:
"Yes, his heart is still beating, hence the beating sound heard. So now I can diagnose that, this subject who has just walked in for a medical check-up, is STILL ALIVE!"
Odd Medical Report