Young ex-soldier David Foster is admitted with a blood clot caused when he fell off a wall whilst stoned. Monroe decides against surgery as he feels the clot could disappear but David's parents are anxious for an operation. David himself,unmarried and unoptimistic about his future,has no opinions and is not keen to see his parents. Jenny surprises her team by deciding to operate on Judith,a very elderly patient though the outcome is uncertain. Monroe and Jenny trade insecurities as they stay up all night but David's clot disappears and he is reconciled with his parents whilst Judith's operation appears to be a success. Monroe enjoys taunting Springer,who has temporarily lost a patient, but is drawn to Tatiana,an Eastern European biochemist now working as a hospital tea lady.- Written by don @ minifie-1
Monroe's latest patient is David Foster who has a blood clot as a result of a drunken fall. David is ex-army and served in Afghanistan and his toughness causes the neurosurgeon to decide not to operate but wait and see if the clot might dissolve itself naturally. David is also something of a loner who refuses to let his parents see him. Jenny Bremner has an elderly patient, Judith Wardin, needing a heart valve replacement. Her main reason for undergoing the operation is so she can attend her granddaughter's wedding. Meanwhile, Springer can't find one of their patients and Shepherd and Jenny Brenmer begin a relationship. Monroe's personal life is still complicated and his wife Anna puts their house up for sale without telling him- Written by garykmcd
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