After Christian's nose is broken during sex, he worries about Sean correcting it.

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Dr. Monica Jordan
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Christian was enjoying sex with a young model, but an allergy caused her to sneeze so her butt crushing down broke the Casanova's killer face's nose, which must be operated. Sean hoped his anxiety was over after mother in law Erica Noughton's operation, but it suddenly returns during pro bono surgery on Mr. Unger, who nearly gets butchered. Matt is interrogated after the police arrested his mate Henry in the Cara case; he denies to know anything. After a visit from Henry's shocked father, Sean suspects the truth, but Matt still denies any part in the car hit. In Dr. Monica Jordan's waiting room, Christian meets adolescent patient Calvin Murray, who says his third nipple prevents any sex life, agrees a male doctor is less embarrassing, and is eager for the gorgeous girls in Dr. Troy's waiting room. When Sean finds out Christian booked another surgeon and attacks him, he gets reminded of his list of grave errors and looses confidence again, handing the scalpel to Christian for the ... Written by KGF Vissers

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29 June 2004 (USA)  »

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During the first surgery on the neck mass, after the artery is hit, the monitor is shown twice, with the reading of the heart rhythm showing - the first time, it is "ASY" (for asystole) and the second time, it is "VF" (for ventricular fibrillation). The bleeding vessel is repaired, but neither of these cardiac states are addressed, neither of which respond only to stopping bleeding. Both asystole and ventricular fibrillation need CPR and medications, and the first line for VF is defibrillation, none of which occurred here. See more »

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