As a resident, I once consulted neurology about a patient who I thought was possibly having mild seizures. Neuro had a few thoughts on the seizures, but they were more gung ho about us doing something about the midline shift caused by my patient's very large craniectomy. (When the skull is gone, atmospheric pressure tends to crush the brain a bit.)
Anyway, my attending wasn't buying that replacing the skull that was removed would help our patient. So the neuro resident told us he was going to leave us an article to convince us.
So he did leave us an article.... in GERMAN.
Somehow, I was not convinced.