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House suggests they get a medical history by checking his blood for antibodies, the test reveals that he has had histoplasmosis, a disease common in Ohio, but also coccidioidomycosis, residing in southwestern US, and Chagas disease, pointing to Central America.

The patient has heart problems, so Foreman suggests they biopsy the heart.

House's team gets a patient (Frank Whaley) with breathing problems with no apparent cause. Foreman suggests it might be a result of a vocal cord spasm, and they give him methacholine which would worsen it and thus provide a diagnosis.

on him, and they do not have his past medical records.

She gladly accepts the chance to start a new life when South Korea's Intelligence Agency recruits her as a sleeper agent, with the promise of complete freedom after ten years of service.

But soon after taking on her new identity as Chae Yeon-soo, a 27-year-old theatre actress, she begins to realize that for someone who has lived as a killer her entire life, normal is no easy task.

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This wouldn’t be the first time James Spader’s Red faked her death as a protective measure (see: this season’s fifth episode, “Arioch Cain.”) NBC declined to comment on Boone’s involvement with the series moving forward, but Eggold released an exclusive statement to TVLine: “I was as shocked as I think the fans are!

This evidence shows the patient was capable of thinking for himself, so House pretends to be the patient, so that when the patient mirrored him, he would say more about himself, the patient says he was on the road a lot, and he used the vaporub to block out the smell of dung.

House infers that the patient sells farm equipment, and is around pigs a lot, and correctly diagnoses him with Eperythrozoon, an infection that occurs in pigs.

Chase takes bets on who will be fired at the end of the case.

House does not fire any of the candidates, so Chase wins all the bets.