This is the second instalment of experiences that descended upon your Editor and contributed to his education; they are offered with two thoughts in mind. The first, that others may be protected from similar troubles; the second, that one or two of our readers might tell us of their own triumphs or tragedies and share with us what lessons were learned.
A thousand words would be enough; a nom de plume may be used and there is a small reward if we publish you.
In the midst of life
She was an 18-year-old veterinary nurse. A few days before her admission she had assisted her employer examine a sick horse. Among other things, they had examined it per rectum. It turned out to have encephalitis, but whether or not they had achieved the diagnosis in this way I do not know.