Abby fears the worst when her brother Eric suddenly disappears. He is actually AWOL and she forges Carter's name to obtain his medical records. Carter and Chen treat a frightened Chinese immigrant nanny, Tong-Yi, whom they suspect was impregnated by her employer. Meanwhile, new surgical resident Paul Nathan, who is struggling to overcome a physical disability (Parkinson's disease), tries to help in the emergency room but his fellow doctors do not appreciate his advice to patients. Unable to quench his sexual appetite, Kovac also gets into trouble in his professional life, despite his admirable resolve to find an eye specialist to treat a young gunshot victim. Gallant and fellow medical student Erin Harkins engage in an escalating competition of medical knowledge. And Weaver gets some much-needed good news.
Did You Know?
Per the title, despite all of the medical education a doctor receives, his best start in diagnosing the patient's condition is to find where the pain is and the patient is the best judge of identifying the location. The doctor starts with asking him, "Tell me where it hurts." See more
The two "cops" who show up to take Eric into custody are in uniform but the one who speaks says they are from the Air Force's Office of Special Investigations. AFOSI agents, even enlisted personnel wear civilian attire when performing their duties. Also, OSI personnel aren't normally used to take AWOL personnel into custody. See more
Dr. Jing-Mei Chen
Kovac is sleeping.
Dr. Susan Lewis