Season 1, Episode 11 February 15, 2005 Season 1, Episode 11 February 15, 2005 A 16-year-old boy starts bleeding just before the car crash that lands him in the hospital, and the symptoms add up to nothing but a likely death. Season 1, Episode 15 March 22, 2005 Season 1, Episode 15 March 22, 2005 A mobster about to enter the Witness Protection Program collapses before testifying. After Dan exhibits more symptoms, including a twitch and a , House diagnoses Dan. When he diagnoses her condition, House must risk his job and his medical license to save her. Meanwhile, Cuddy suggests an unorthodox approach to get House off his painkillers. A college student suddenly flakes out and his leukocyte count is down with no reason.
This intrigues House, so much that he actually wants to meet her not just treat her condition. Archived from on December 27, 2008. Season 1, Episode 10 February 8, 2005 Season 1, Episode 10 February 8, 2005 A homeless Jane Doe Leslie Hope collapses while confronting police at an all-night rave, then has a seizure in the hospital. House treats the tumor with , but is unable to explain the cirrhosis. Trial version Limitations: - You can only use this software for a limited time. Adding to his stress, Vogler demands House get rid of a member of his team. It was 24th most-watched television show of the 2004—2005 television season.
Following an , the team discovers the presence of , , and. Lisa Cuddy tries to make House fulfill his clinical duties, he refuses but is forced to do them when his authorization to the is revoked. Meanwhile, House has an old lady hit on him who turns out to have Neurosyphilis. This time his mission is to give you hours of fun on your computer. Steroids could be the cause, but he insists he's clean, and tests back him up. Archived from on December 21, 2008. Robert Chase, which depicts a tapeworm larva embedded in her leg, supporting their diagnosis.
Vogler intends to turn the clinic into a profitable venue for his biotech venture and also plans to eliminate House's financially draining department for good. The Medical Science of House, M. Archived from on December 21, 2008. They both strongly deny having an so House starts treatment for Rabbit Fever. Archived from on December 21, 2008. As House's withdrawal symptoms become severe, his methodology for his patient are more harsh and risky, and Foreman and are afraid he may not be thinking clearly enough in order to save the patient's life.
And none of the doctors are pleased to be around the sick boy's very rich and very demanding father Nestor Carbonell. The Senator's initial diagnosis seems to point to , but House digs deeper for another answer. Meanwhile, Chase's father Patrick Bauchau , an eminent rheumatologist, arrives from Australia, but Chase is not at all happy to see him. In the clinic, House treats a baby whose mother has an aversion to inoculation, and a man with an infected knee who's almost as obnoxious as House is. Archived from on September 8, 2006. House, determined to find the entry point of the virus, finds an elderly hospital volunteer and as she pushes around a cart of baby toys and blankets and makes the connection. Season 1, Episode 6 December 21, 2004 Season 1, Episode 6 December 21, 2004 A 38-year-old mentally ill woman Stacy Edwards has a pulmonary embolism, something a 38-year-old shouldn't have.
House takes over a diagnostics class for a day and presents the class with three case studies of leg pain. The House that Hugh Laurie Built. Gregory House is devoid of bedside manner and wouldn't even talk to his patients if he could get away with it. A morbidly obese ten-year-old girl has a heart attack, and her mother insists that House and his team look past her weight to find the diagnosis. A boy has an mp3 player in his rectum. The witness's brother, a lawyer, works against the team and the testimony when his brother is diagnosed with.
While his behavior can border on antisocial, House is a maverick physician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts have afforded him a great deal of respect. She confesses to an affair with her husband's best friend, causing her husband to leave her. Archived from on December 21, 2008. House Unauthorized: Vasculitis, Clinic Duty, and Bad Bedside Manner. An investigation of the convent reveals tea, which explains only the reaction with the epinephrine.
House's approach is Solomonic, in a way. His symptoms seem too numerous to be explained by just one disease. House after receiving a letter that Cameron sent in House's name. And in the clinic, House must deal with a 2-year-old who keeps getting things stuck up his nose. Other doctors say the cause is stress, but Stacy thinks otherwise. Archived from on July 3, 2009. While there were possibilities of the character returning, he was generally disliked by viewers and critics and therefore not brought back into the show.
Final diagnosis: and delayed-onset secondary to -mediated infection. Upon meeting the family, House begins a bet to determine whether they are his biological parents. So he really is sick, but with what? Season 1, Episode 3 December 1, 2004 Season 1, Episode 3 December 1, 2004 A 22-year-old man who had just called out sick from work loses consciousness after having sex with his fiancée. Season 1, Episode 13 March 1, 2005 Season 1, Episode 13 March 1, 2005 A 12-year-old who says he's cursed collapses after developing pneumonia-like symptoms and a rash. Season 1, Episode 9 February 1, 2005 Season 1, Episode 9 February 1, 2005 A jazz musician Harry Lennix , who's already paralyzed from the waist down, collapses at a recording session which features a cameo by Brandy. Season 1, Episode 17 April 12, 2005 Season 1, Episode 17 April 12, 2005 Vogler offers House a way out of his personnel problem. Archived from on December 21, 2008.
She turns out to be a talented cartoonist, who's diabetic and has a twitch. Archived from on December 21, 2008. Archived from on December 21, 2008. After realizing the severity of the disease, Cuddy quarantines the maternity ward. Cuddy continues to battle Vogler over House's importance to the hospital. An of Lucille's liver reveals and a.