Monk's moments: Saved by the bell
Every doctor must have a happy memory of having been ‘saved by the bell’ – that glorious moment in final exams when you have just been asked some impossible question and you are trying desperately to disguise your ignorance, when the bell rings and the examiner realises that once again his quarry has escaped. Just when he thought that he had you cornered, your ordeal is over and you can escape to join your fellow students in the pub.
Dermatology in practice 2005; 13(2): 31–31
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