Wish I'd said that - December 5, 2016

“physicians may be divided into two groups. Most go by the book and make the correct diagnosis about 66 percent of the time. A few, however, approach each patient as a diagnostic challenge and make the correct diagnosis about 94 percent of the time. It is said that the former listen for the sound of horse’s hooves, while the latter, zebra’s…” Letter from Izzy Sommers, M.D. (retired) in Reader’s Digest Canadian Edition March 2005