ost of us come across this particular sign quite often. Of course, you can just jump to the numerous investigations and one after another, rule out the possible causes, finally getting to the diagnosis. For me, that’s no fun at all. Although I still don’t know whether I am going to become a surgeon or not (embarassing for me, since I’m going to be done with med-school this year), its pretty fascinating. If I were to work in a country whether investigations aren’t that expensive, I would definitely just perform a small examination and take a short history, sending off my patient to get a myriad of investigations, reporting to me after a while, with the diagnosis in his reports.