How do medical students cope with the mania to “try on” the diseases they have learned for themselves?

How do medical students cope with the mania to “try on” the diseases they have learned for themselves?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
March, 2021

Simple logic and the ability to pull yourself back. Constant phrases like:
"This is a third-year disease. Not an inflammation of the left pancreatic heel" or a similar disease I made up.
A little logic and self-control, gentlemen.

Answer 2
March, 2021

Fortunately, for all the time I was studying in medicine, I never had a desire to try certain diseases on myself. Rather, even on the contrary: you listen to everything, and then in the subway you fearfully grab the handrails, alcohol gel for hands is always with you.

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