When looking for the cause of atrial fibrillation during a physical examination, not only can the doctor’s olfactory bulb be helpful, but so can the examination of what gets brought into the exam room.
Patient: “Hey doc, it’s just a Pepsi.”
Doctor: “Really? Can I see?”
Nothing a good knife and a piece of scotch tape can’t manufacture.
*This blog post was originally published at Dr. Wes*